Sai Priya

I love travelling, meeting people,capturing them in my camera lens & while doing that I never miss a chance to explore local cuisine. Life to me is Living like as you like.And it's Beautiful to share these feelings here with you.

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Recipes and Articles by Sai Priya

Assamese Style Mohura Pitha Recipe(Sweet Rice Dumplings Recipe)

Saturday, 25 March 2017 00:09

Rice Dumplings or Pithas rules in the eastern states of India. The process is mostly steaming. Food prepared in steaming process with zero oil is considerably better in taste. You will be amazed to find the varieties of Pithas, an odiya family relish on a festive day. They are like Podo Pitha, Kakara ...

Oriya Style Moong Dalma Recipe (No Onion No Garlic)

Friday, 30 September 2016 00:03

Moong Dalma is one of the dalma recipes which is the soul food of every Odissi household. Moong dalma is a simple delicious dal stew with or without vegetables and is a high protein recipe. Toor dalma is the authentic dalma that is popular in Orissa and replacement of Moong dal instead is its variation ...

Night Jasmine & Creamy Coconut Rice Recipe

Saturday, 24 September 2016 00:00

Parijata, also known as Ganga Shiuli in Odiya & Night Jasmine in English is Lord Krishna's favorite flower. Though i have seen my mom using the leaves to make fritters, using the flowers came into picture only a few years back. While Assamese add these to fish curry, many use these as a replacement ...

Published in Indian Chinese Recipes

Bengali Doi Maach Recipe (Fish In Yogurt Curry)

Monday, 05 September 2016 00:33

A Bengali meal is always incomplete without a fish item. Either it's a fish fry or a curry like Macher Kalia, Macher Jhol, Bhapa Ilish or Paturi. Each dish has it's own charm & delicacy. So here I am with such a dish which is truly robust, a taste that lingers in your mouth. The recipe of ‘Doi ...

Spicy & Tangy Pakodi Chaat Recipe

Saturday, 30 July 2016 00:13

In Indian context "Chaat" is what comes to mind as one think about Street Food. You won't be disappointed any time you have chaat at a road-side stall. After pani-puri, I always love to pamper my taste bud with a plate of hot Pakodi chaat. In each bite you can get a combination of flavours to tickle ...

Pohala Jhola Recipe (Pohala Fish Curry)

Sunday, 24 July 2016 00:39

‘Pohala’ fish is a common variety we get in local fish market. Usually small sizes are available through out the year. Few days back when I went to the biggest Fish Market in Bhubaneswar I managed to get some big sizes.This curry is a spicy fish curry which can be enjoyed with hot steam rice. Fish ...

Enduri Pitha With Mango Twist Recipe

Saturday, 16 July 2016 00:09

Pithas are very common in Odisha. In a festive season these are a must. Among the long list of pithas, ‘Podo Pitha’ became famous which is a must during Raja Celebration which occurs in month of June. Similarly ‘Enduri Pitha’ are must on Prathamasthami celebration in winter. This particular pithas ...

Published in Dessert Recipes

Khaja Recipe (Layered Fritters Dunked In Sugar Syrup)

Thursday, 14 July 2016 00:22

Khaja recipe is a traditional coastal recipe that is served as a part of “Sukhila Prasad” in India’s Puri Jagannath temple. This is a sweet dish recipe, prepared from fewer ingredients, is essentially the layered fritters dunked in sugar syrup. Try this Khaja recipe on any of the upcoming special ...

Dhaba Style Country Chicken Recipe

Saturday, 02 July 2016 00:10

Who is not fascinated by Dhaba's food, if set off on a road trip? Dhabas are the road-side eatery joints on Indian highways mostly comprise of one-shed building where you can enjoy the fresh prepared food sitting on cots. Food is very much pocket friendly and there is always a hint of local cuisine in ...

     
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