Bihari breakfast menu is definitely scrumptious, mouth-watering and drool-worthy. Decide for yourself.
This is indeed a perfect start to the day. Ranging right from traditional “adrakwaali chai” to “nimbu chai” (lemon tea), the thelas have all the flavours of tea to offer.
Roti topped-up with dollops of butter/ ghee along with spicy aloodum and kheer makes for a perfect and stomach-filling breakfast experience.
A popular favourite among the school-going crowd of Bihar.
Yet another appetizing recipe from our hinterland.The most popular choice to accompany this deep fried delight is a simple vegan curry of potato called AlooBhaaji. Roughly mashed boiled potatoes are cooked along with fried onions and few selected spices. AlooBhaji is one of the most simple, easy to follow recipe, but it is also one of the best tasting dish that goes well with Poori. The sweet dishes like jalebi or halwa takes it’s level of deliciousness to another level altogether.
Litti-Chokha is your grand welcome to the food of Bihar, in all its ghee-dripping glory.This particular dish, baked from wheat flour dough that is stuffed with a mixture of roasted gram flour, spices and lemon juice, and served with chokha (baked and pulped vegetables) is a food for all occasions in Bihar. Chokha is prepared by mashing boiled vegetables (most common being potatoes, brinjal, tomatoes), adding spices and chopped onion, garlic, etc. and served with Litti as a complimentary delicacy.
A lot of boiled Bengal gram is used in this recipe, this particular dish is the Sunday breakfast special. And, this recipe tastes best when spiced-up.
It is a blend of choora (thin rice flakes) along with dahi (yogurt) and tastes best when served with a spicy pickle. Replace yogurt with mango and it becomes ChooraAam.
Okay,Puri, we know and love. But, Dal Puri is another level of happiness. The Bengal gram stuffing of thePuri 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.
This is the Bihari answer to dumplings! This delicacy, made out of kneaded rice flour, is stuffed with spiced Bengal gram paste and then steamed.
The lip-smacking taste of Sattu needs no introduction. This is the Bihari equivalent to smoothies and milkshakes. It tastes best when served chilled. Salt can replace sugar in this preparation, depending upon taste-buds. It tastes yummy AF!
Believe me folks, you’ll ought to give this recipe a try in order to pamper your taste-buds. The good things, in fact, the best things about SattuKaParantha are the spices of pickle oil, the tang of lemon, nigella seeds, garlic, each of its ingredients add a classy tinge to the mixture.