Bihar is 3rd largest state of India in terms of Population. The Cuisine of Bihar is popular not only in Bihar, but also in Jharkhand, Nepal, U.P, and Bangladesh. The food of Bihar is extremely precious and sweet too; one can’t miss the mesmerising sweets of Bihar.
Let us go through some of the best cuisines that will make your saliva drool!
No one has any doubt in this world that litti chokha is the national food of Bihar but very few have tasted litti along with Chaap. Chaap-Litti is the disc where meat is deep fried over the tawa and then served with litti. Here you have a close-up look of the dish.
- Sattu Drink
Made with roasted gram powder, water, rock salt and roasted cumin, it is as tasty as it is healthy. On most occasions, it is a breakfast on the go for busy people.
If you are planning to visit Bihar, must try this Mouth-watering Khaja. It’s prepared in wheat flour, sugar, and mawa and then deeply fried in the oil. It gives amazing taste when it melts in the mouth and with its wafery texture. It’s fried to make it crispier and then added with the sugar syrup. Must try Bihar’s amazing Khaja’s.
- Dal Poori
It doesn’t only sound delicious but it tastes even better. The mixture of gram flour with a little of chatpata masala stuffing of the puri makes it yummier and though it’s a Dussehra special recipe, one need not have to wait for any such special occasions. The Dal poori is served even in normal days in a Bihari family with a spicy ‘sabzi’ or curd.
- Litti Chokha
This particular dish is the signature dish of Bihar and Biharis. It is baked from wheat flour dough that is stuffed with a mixture of roasted gram flour, spices, and lemon juice and is served with chokha. Chokha is baked and pulped vegetables mixed with spices and onion.