Nirmala September 2, 2019

1. Chadachadi :

Chorchori is a unique charflavored vegetable dish of Bangladesh and India, found primarily in Bengali cuisine.To cook a Chadachadi dish, a chaunk is prepared by frying spices such as black mustard seeds and minced ginger root in oil or ghee. Then, chopped vegetables are added and stirfried briefly. Water, salt, and more spices are added, and the vegetables are allowed to simmer. From this point on the dish is never stirred. When only a small amount of liquid is left in the bottom of the pot, the vegetables steam until tender. Once all the liquid has been absorbed and cooked off, the vegetables begin to fry in the oil or ghee left in the bottom of the pot. Just as the vegetables begin to char, a sizzling sound is heard, and the pot is removed from the heat. After a few minutes, the thin charred crust is stirred gently into the dish.

2. Posta :

Poppy seed is an oilseed obtained from the opium poppy (Papaver somniferum). The tiny kidneyshaped seeds have been harvested from dried seed pods by various civilizations for thousands of years. The seeds are used, whole or ground, as an ingredient in many foods, and they are pressed to yield poppyseed oil.

3. Chandrakanti :

Chandrakanti is a deepfried dessert made from green gram and rice flour.

4. Alu Potala Rasa :

Alu Potala Rasa is the spicy gravy based curry of Orissa, made with potala (Pointed gourd) and alu (potatoes).

5. Laddu :

addu or Laddoo is a ballshaped sweet popular in Indian Subcontinent as well as regions with immigrants from the Subcontinent such as Hijaz. Laddu is made of flour and sugar with other ingredients that vary by recipe. It is often served at festive or religious occasions.

6. Rasabali :

Rasabali is a sweet dish from Orissa, India. Rasabali is offered to Baladevjew, and originated in the Baladevjew Temple of Kendrapara. It is one of the Chapana bhoga of Jagannath temple.

7. Dali :

Dali is perhaps most wellknown for dishes historically cooked by the Bai, one of its ethnic minority groups, and should certainly not be missed by those stopping in the area. However, the city is a meltingpot for many different cultures, and offers visitors the chance to sample numerous foods from around Yunnan Province and other Chinese delicacies.