Amba Khatta odia recipe is a sweet and sour raw mango chutney, which is sweetened with Jaggery and flavored with Curry Leaves and Panch Phoran.
Anda Aloo Jhola is a thin gravy of Eggs and Potatoes cooked with Onions and Tomatoes gravy where the subtle spices play the role to add the flavors. The dish is served with Rice or Indian Flatbread Roti for meals.
Dalma is a staple Odia dish, where the lentils and seasonal vegetables cooked together and later tempered with ghee and cumin or oil and panch phoran. Some varieties even have little shrimps and some have fish head to enhance the flavor. But this version of mine is no Onion no Garlic.
Pakhala is a traditional rice dish of Odisha. This is prepared in a very simple manner, where the cooked rice is soaked in water. This can be either eaten fresh (Saja Pakhala) or left overnight for fermentation to enhance the taste (Basi Pakhala). Here are some non-veg and veg Pakhala variations.