These Lip-Smacking Bihari Dishes Are A Must Try Before You Die

There are a lot of lip-smacking dishes across India which one can definitely binge on while you are travelling. India is a place where every city, town or state has its own its specialty of food. These dishes are very famous among the locals and also the tourists who visit the place.

Bihar is a popular state which is famous for many things including its delicious dishes which many people might not be aware of if you haven’t visited this state.

So, here are some of the popular lip-smacking Bihari dishes which you definitely can binge on before you die.

  • Khaja

This sweet snack which is like a wafer is made from flour and sugar. It is deep fried and then dipped in hot sugar syrup.

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  • Litti Chokha

This dish is baked from wheat flour dough which has a filling of roasted gram flour, spices and lemon juice. This dish is served with chokha which is baked and pulped vegetables and is popularly consumed during all occasions in Bihar.

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  • Balushahi

Balushahi is a popular sweet dish of Bihar which is made from flour and buttermilk and is one of the shuddh desi dishes one can definitely try out.

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  • Pedakiya

This is Bihar’s most famous fried sweet dish named pedakiya. It is made by stuffing flour stuffed with suji (semolina), khoya or grated coconut and is specially consumed in a large proportion during the Teej festival in Bihar.

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  • Laktho

Laktho is quite a common and popularly consumed snack in Bihar especially during Dussehra. The rice flour dough is kneaded and deep fried and then dipped into thick jaggery syrup. My mouth’s already watering.

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  • Chana Ghugni

This delicious dish is particularly consumed during Sunday breakfast. It is made using a lot of Bengal gram and this spiced up recipe tastes just too good to enhance your taste buds.

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  • Malpua

This is one of the famous sweet dishes across the country but extremely popular among the Biharis during all special occasions and festivals. It is made by mixing flour, milk, sugar and mashed bananas and is deep fried in such a way that the edges go all crispy while the center is all soft. Now that requires a lot of talent.

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  • Kheer Makhana

For those who are not aware, Makhana is also known as fox nut. A different version of kheer is made in a similar way like the normal kheer but is not as sweet because of the slightly salty taste of the fox nuts.

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So folks, do try these delicious lip-smacking dishes while you visit Bihar.

Published by Mamtha Reddy on 23 Jul 2018

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