It is a delicious dry dish, where the chicken is generously cooked in a onion, ginger – garlic gravy and minimal spice mix in its own juice.
Simba Rai is a thick, dry gravy dish made with Mustard paste traditionally known as Besara in Odia. It’s a perfect accompaniment to hot steamed rice.
Mitha Khechudi is a quintessential Odia Khichdi. This dish is cooked almost in every household during the festivities and is paired with Dalma and served hot. It’s gently sweet and perfect for all kinds of celebration platter.
It can be called as the vegeterians meat curry. It matches both to the taste and nutrients and can be perfectly enjoyed with rice or roti.
Kanika is a mildly sweet fragrant rice flavored with some spices and ghee (the clarified butter) loaded with cashew nuts and raisins and is colored with the turmeric. The basic feature of the rice is the separated well puffed grains embellished with a perfect shine from the Ghee.