(statutory warning- keep mouth away from electronics when you actually drool)
1. Litti Chokha
6. Kadhi badi
7. Dal Puri
Okay, puri we know and love. But dal puri is another level of happiness. The Bengal gram stuffing of the puri makes it more filling and obviously yummier and while it’s a Dussehra special recipe, you don’t need a special occasion to wait for it.
While the Europeans and Americans are at war over the origin of donuts, let us Indians take a plate ofBalushahis and eat it in peace. Because these donut lookalikes made from flour and buttermilk areshuddh desi and definitely appetizing.
9. Kheer Makhana
Probabaly Bihar’s most famous fried sweet, the pedakiya is made by stuffing flour stuffed with suji(semolina), khoya or grated coconut and is specially made during the Teej festival in Bihar. We wish Teej would come more often than once a year.
11. Parwal ki Mithai
13. Dal Pitha
The Bihari answer to dumplings! This delicacy, made out of kneaded rice flour, is stuffed with spiced Bengal gram paste and then steamed.
14. Chana Ghugni
15. Kala Jamun
So when are you planning a trip to Bihar?
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