Suji Kakara Pitha
Suji Kakara Pitha is a traditional sweet dish from the Odia Cuisine. Basically, it is a deep fried semolina ball that is stuffed with sweet coconut filling. Here, i have used jaggery instead of sugar to sweeten the stuffing. Suji Kakara pitha is crispy on the outside and sweet and juicy inside. It is so delicious, that it is included among the 56 bhogs that are offered to Lord Jagganath, of the Puri temple of Odhisha. You can serve suji kakara pitha as breakfast or snack or make it during…
What is Pitha? Pithas are a variety of food similar to pancakes or dumplings originating from the Indian subcontinent, common in Bangladesh and India. Pitha can be sweet or savoury, and usually made from a dough or batter, which is then steamed, fried or griddled. Kakara pitha is a sweet deep-fried delicacy from Odisha offered to temple deities and served hot or cold on many festivals. It is made with semolina or whole wheat flour. Kakra Pitha is traditionally deep fried, but since I avoid…
Chandrakanti Pitha is a delicious dessert which is traditionally made in the Ganjam district of Odisha. Made from soaked moong dal and rice batter, the outer part is crispy and the inside soft and not too sweet.It tastes like moong halwa but with a crispy coating. #odishafood #pitha #odiacuisine #glutenfree #dessert #diwalifood #moongdal #rice #fried #indiancuisine #traditionalrecipe
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