If you thought Bihari dishes must be boring, you are in for a shock. We warn you that the pictures will invoke drooling, and intense craving for food, so read when the boss is not around
1. Litti Chokha
It is a little similar to dal bati churma of Rajasthan, where both are baked in an open fire. The choka is filled with gram flour and is eaten on all important occasions.
Also called the Khajuria!! A sweet made with jaggery and wheat, and you can’t stop at one.
Just like the name suggests, it invites you to go on eating. Made with flour, it is deep fried and later dipped in chashni.
Stop salivating please!!
Also called khurma, it is similar to shakkar para or gud para that we eat in the north. You can eat it in breakfast, lunch or dinner.
We bet you didn’t know that Malpua originates in Bihar. The soft centre and the crisp sides are just heavenly.
Mostly made on Holi, it is nothing like the kadi that you make at home. This one is different.
These mouthwatering sweets seem to have inspired the Americans to invent the doughnut.
Getting inspired? Stop drooling, make a trip to your friend who hails from Bihar and make yourself happy!