Saturday, 17 October 2015

Districts and Food of Odisha

This blog contains the names of the 30 districts of Odisha state in India.
And also it has some of the specific food items of the districts.


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Please find the details in English as below:
Dists of Odisha — Special Food — Reference Videos
Anugul: Baaunsa poda chicken, Patra poda chicken
Bargarh: Chaaul Bara
Balasore: Khira Gaja, Remuna Rabidi
Balangir: Chaaul Bara, GuDa Bara, Pakhala (Rajmahal hotel), Bhaaji Saga, Karadi, Macha Chatani, Baaunsa poda Mansa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J-xqnxFACtk
Boudh: Chakaa Pitha, Chaaul Bara
Cuttack: Salepur Rasagola, Dahibara AalooDum, Tangi Chena Kakara
Deogarh: Chaat, KaraDi saga 
Dhenkanal: Biri Bara, Govindpur Rasagola & Ledkini, Dahi Guda Bhata, Kakera, Guda Manda, Leuta ChakuLi, Mutton Biriyani (Meghamala Hotel), Kamakhyanagar Laau Poda Pitha, Atkali, Chaupati Muaan, Mansa Mahura https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crAxqZQ5ReA
Gajapati: Chakuli Pithaa (Dosa), Charu Pani
Ganjam: Dhanu Muan, Berhampur pampada, badi, achara & Masala Upama, Chilika Chingudi, Lassi, Chicken Pakoda and Milk-Egg Pooding(Girijaa Restaurant Berhampur), Fast food (Babulal Fastfood), Calcutta roll(Berhampur) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvdutCg24yY
Jagatsinghpur: Enduri Pitha (Somanatha Temple), Paradip Sukhuaa, Bara Aaloodum https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ig7KK4rxJx8
Jajpur: Chandikhol Peda, DaLi Gaja 
Jharsuguda: Dahi Jalibi, Peda, Rajstani food(Kalakand), Herbal chicken(Hotel Orchad), Gujarati food(Teman Dhokla), Chinese food(Momo) Hotel Yantra, Nepali food(Seluti, Aloodum, Aachar, Gundrukaau Bhatara, Selo roti, Jhelenga, Sefali) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2LB5eRbRbc
Kalahandi: Karadi, Chaaul Bara, Gunduri Mansa Tarakari, Aambil Kandhamal: Sukha jhuri, Karadi, Chaaul Bara, Paatalghantaa
KendraPara: Rasaabali, Manikapatana BasaDahi
Keonjhar: Maalpua, Phula Badi(Khasa Badi), Anandapur Arisa Pitha, Chena Mudki, Nadia Kora, Enduripitha, Patra poda Macha https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4wfZD8IGYRs
Khordha: Pahala Rasagola, Bhubaneswar Baiya Kora Khai, Pakhala (Rajmahal hotel), Bhubaneswar Lingaraja Lassi, Chakuli Pitha, Manda Pitha 
Koraput: Balsa Pitha, AamaTa saaga
Malkangiri: KaraDi, Saaga, Dahi Maacha, Salab, Kendu Patra Poda Chicken, Tamil Food(Putu, Idiapam, Appam) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BnyWlhk1hxo
Mayurbhanj: Baripada Mudhi Mansa 
Nuapada: Khariar Bundi
Nabarangpur: Gunduri Mansa Tarakari
Nayagarh: Chhena Poda, Sunakhala Sukhua
Puri: Jagannatha Temple 56 Bhoga, Dalema with Puri-Upama, Khiraa, Jhaal Mudhi, Nimapada Chena Jhili, Chandanpur Chuda kadamba, Pomfret Macha, Pakhala & Lassi (Hotel Grand Regency), Chinese(Chung Wah Hotel), Chicken Pakoda (Bhajanaa Center, Puri Beach), Crab & Prawn (Mayfair), Prawn Sizzler (Wild Grass Restaurant), Khechudi Alarnath temple Brahmagiri, Macha Besara (Baliharachandi Temple), Chilika Khainga https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sPefb4wTyEY
Rayagada: AtikaPodi saaga, Chakuli Pithaa, Dosa, Charu Pani
Sambalpur: Gosala Rasagola, Lakhmi Bhoga (Nandapada Chhaka, Sambalpur), HenDuaa (Karadi) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rs4q4zPJ6Gg
Subarnapur: Muga Dali, Machaa Puruga, Chhota Chingudi, Masala Bara, Tarabha(Chakaa Pitha), AambiLa https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYTCgz88KKQ
Sundargarh: Baaunsa Poda Macha, Chakel Bara, Thethiri Pitha, Bhaajia Pitha, Gajara Haluaa(Prabhat Hotel) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATJZ1O9nyLI
 


 Cheers
 Ashish

9 comments:

  1. Wow.. it's nice to see all the food items at a time.......
    I don't have any idea about this till now.. Thank u for this blog post..

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  2. ବହୁତ ବଢିଆ ଭାଇ !

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    1. ଧନ୍ୟବାଦ ଭାଇ। ଯଦି ହୋଇପାରୁଛି ଟୁଇଟରକୁ ଆସ। ୨୪ ତାରିଖରେ #OdiaGirlsInRio ଟ୍ରେଣ୍ତ ହେବାର ଅଛି। ଯଦି ଏ ହାସଟ୍ୟାଗରେ କିଛି ଟୁଇଟ କରିପାରିବ, ଭଲ ହେବ। :)

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  3. ନୟାଗଡ଼ଜିଲ୍ଲାର ଫତେଗଡ଼ ଦେଶୀ କାଙ୍କଡ଼ ପ୍ରସିଦ୍ଧ ।ଯୋଡ଼ିଦିଅ ।

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  4. I think Mudi(popularly known as Bhuja) should be included for most part of the western odisha. Besides Aamila - not sure if it would be Aamila or AamBila is also frequently eaten all over.

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    1. Yes. In Khordha also we use 'Bhuja' along with 'Mudhi'. I think, the word 'Mudhi' is from Baripada where the food originated. Might be that Aamila & Aambila are used interchangeably based on locations.

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