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Look no further! At Oota Box, we bring you the delicious taste of homemade Bihari food right to your doorstep. Our skilled home chefs, who specialize in Bihari cuisine, will craft mouthwatering dishes that will transport you to the streets of Bihar. From the famous litti chokha to the delectable sattu paratha, our menu offers a wide range of traditional Bihari dishes that will satisfy your cravings. With a focus on using fresh, high-quality ingredients, our homemade Bihari food is not only incredibly tasty but also healthier and more nutritious. So, place your order today and experience the true flavors of Bihar, all while supporting a sustainable option with less food waste and a smaller carbon footprint.
1. Litti Chokha: Litti Chokha is a traditional Bihari dish made with roasted wheat balls stuffed with a spicy mixture of sattu (roasted gram flour), herbs, and spices. It is served with a side of chokha, a mashed mixture of roasted eggplant, tomatoes, and potatoes. This dish is a must-try for its unique flavors and textures.
2. Sattu Paratha: Sattu Paratha is a popular Bihari dish made with a filling of sattu mixed with onions, green chilies, and spices. The filling is stuffed inside a whole wheat dough and then cooked on a griddle with ghee. It is usually served with yogurt or pickle and makes for a delicious and wholesome meal.
3. Bihari Chicken Curry: Bihari Chicken Curry is a flavorful and spicy chicken curry made with a blend of aromatic spices and yogurt. The chicken is marinated in a mixture of spices and then cooked until tender and juicy. This dish is best enjoyed with steamed rice or roti.
4. Ghugni: Ghugni is a popular Bihari snack made with dried yellow peas cooked in a spicy gravy. The peas are soaked overnight and then cooked with onions, tomatoes, and a variety of spices. It is often garnished with chopped onions, green chilies, and coriander leaves. Ghugni can be enjoyed as a standalone snack or as a side dish with puri or paratha.
5. Malpua: Malpua is a sweet Bihari dessert made with a batter of flour, milk, and sugar. The batter is deep-fried until golden brown and then soaked in a sugar syrup flavored with cardamom and saffron. Malpua is often served with a dollop of rabri (thickened sweetened milk) and is a popular choice during festivals and special occasions.
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