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On Special Day Prasad Delivery Time : 12 :30 PM To 3: 30 P.M (Between)

On Special Day: Purnima , Sankranti , Ekadashi , Big Festival Day, Saraswati Puja ,Ganesh Puja ,Kartika Mas,Sabitri Puja , Janmaastami  And Other Big Festival )

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Online order and book  temple prasad home delivery.In Cuttack, you can order temple prasad online. In Cuttack, you can easily order temple prasad online. Cuttack residents can order food online. This website provides online food delivery in Cuttack.

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Moaahar.com is an online platform that allows you to order high-quality temple Prasad  from the comfort of your own home. Order Temple Prasad online and have it delivered in a gorgeous leak-proof box (matti handi ). After 1 hour of receiving your order online, our delivery boy will arrive. You don’t need to call any more. In Cuttack, Odisha, we will deliver food to your door.You can speak with them directly and book your supper, lunch, or Tiffin service in Cuttack according to your schedule. You can also reserve any temple Prasad through our website or mobile app.

List Of Temple Prasad In Cuttack Cuttack

Rice dishes

  1. Sadha Anna  -Sadha Anna is a water-cooked rice dish.
  2. Dahi Pakhala-curd and water rice.
  3. Kanika-Ghee and sugar-flavored rice.
  4. Thali Khichudi-yellow rice, lentils, ghee, and sugar.
  5. Ada Pakhala -Water rice with grated ginger, Ada Pakhala.
  6. Ghea Anna-Ghee-coated rice.
  7. Mitha Pakhala-(sugared water rice)
  8. Odia Pakhala-Water rice with ghee, lemon, and salt (Odia Pakhala).
  9. Khecudi-Khecudi is a rice and lentil dish.

Sweets dishes-

  1. Khaja-it is a simple sweet dish made with maida and other common ingredients. These are soaked in sugar syrup stacked fritters.
  2. Gaja-it is a sweet dessert comprised of fried wheat with sugar syrup.
  3. Ladu-it is a wonderful sweet delicacy comprised of wheat, sugar, and ghee that is served in a circular form.
  4. Jeera Ladu-Cumin seeds, lemon juice, sugar, and salt are used to make Jeera Ladu, a ladoo.
  5. Magaja Ladu-it is a delicious ladoo prepared with gramme flour, ghee, milk, and sugar.
  6. Mathapuli -Ghee, beans mashed into a thick paste, and ginger make up Mathapuli, a unique sweet delicacy.
  7. khuruma-Sugar, wheat, ghee, and salt go towards making khuruma.
  8. Jagannath Ballav-it is a black-colored dish prepared with wheat, sugar, and ghee.

Pitha, Manda

  1. Suar Pitha-Wheat and ghee are used to make it.
  2. Chadai Lada-Wheat, ghee, and sugar are used to make this delicious meal.
  3. Jhilli-Rice flour, ghee, and sugar are used to make this popular sweet dish.
  4. Kanti-Rice-based. Ghee and flour
  5. Manda-Rice, coconut, jaggery, cheese, and ghee are used to make this cake.
  6. Amalu-Wheat, sugar, and ghee are used to make this food.
  7. Puri-A flour and ghee-based deep-fried dish. Basically, it’s a type of bread.
  8. Luchi-A deep-fried pancake-like snack consisting of maida and ghee.
  9. Dahi Bara-A deep-fried dish prepared with Biri/Urad dal. It’s covered with curd.
  10. Bara-Biri dal and ghee are used to make this fried food.
  11. Arisa-Rice flour, sugar, and ghee are used to make this flat cake.
  12. Tripuri-Another rice, flour, sugar, and ghee-based flat cake.
  13. Rosapaik-Wheat and ghee are used to make this cake.

Milk preparations

  1. Khiri – A rice based dessert prepared with milk and sugar.
  2. Papudi – Only the cream of milk is used to make this dish.
  3. Khua – A delicacy made from pure milk that has been painstakingly cooked to a creamy custard over several hours.
  4. Rasabali – Milk, sugar, and wheat are used to make this popular sweet treat.
  5. Tadia – Fresh cheese, sugar, and ghee are used in this traditional Odia dish.
  6. Chhena Khai – Fresh cheese, milk, and sugar are used to make it.
  7. Bapudi Khaja – It’s made from milk cream, sugar, and ghee.
  8. Khua Manda – Milk, wheat, and ghee are used to make it.
  9. Sarapulli – This is the most well known milk dish, as well as the most challenging. It is mostly comprised of pure milk that has been cooked for many hours.

Dal & Curries

  1. Biri Dali – A basic dal prepared using biri/urad.
  2. Chana dali – This is a basic chana dal.
  3. Mitha dali – Arhar dal (Pigeon pea/Legume) is a rich, delicious dal prepared from arhar dal (Pigeon pea/Legume).
  4. Muga Dali – It’s an odia meal that’s made using lentil dal.
  5. Dalama – It’s an Odia meal made with a variety of dals and vegetables such Baigana (Eggplant), Kakharu (Pumpkin), Bean, Kanda Mula (sweet potato), Coconut, and Bodhi (a dry root vegetable that resembles a mushroom) and hing (asafoetida). Because tomatoes (Bilati Baigana) are a foreign vegetable, they are not utilised in Puri Abhada.
  6. Raita – A radish, cucumber, salt, and curd yoghurt dish.
  7. Besar – A vegetable dish with a lot of coconut and mustard paste in it.
  8. Saga – A garlic seasoned meal cooked using leafy green plants such as spinach, leutia, and koshala.
  9. Baigini. – An eggplant based fried dish.
  10. Goti Baigana – Small eggplants are paired with a coconut sauce in this meal.
  11. Khata – A sour dish created with cooked mango, apple, and grape that has been combined and cooked.
  12. Mahura – Kanda Mula is a sort of mixed vegetable curry made with very simple ingredients such as Kakharu (Pumpkin), Saru (Arbi/ Taro), and Kakharu (Pumpkin) (Sweet potato).
  13. Pita – An item made from fried Neem tree blossoms.
  14. Potala Rasa – Potala (Pointed gourd) and coconut milk are the major components in this popular spicy gravy based odia meal.

Rice Made items:

  1. Ada Pakhala
  2. Dahi Pakhala
  3. Ghea Anna
  4. Kanika
  5. Khechedi
  6. Mitha Pakhala
  7. Odia Pakhala
  8. Sadha Anna
  9. Thali Khechudi

Cake Items:

  1. Amalu (Malpua)
  2. Arisa
  3. Bara
  4. Chadai Lada
  5. Dahi Bara
  6. Jhilli
  7. Kanti
  8. Luchi
  9. Manda
  10. Puri
  11. Rosapaik
  12. Suara Pitha
  13. Tripuri

Sweet Items: 

  1. Gaja
  2. Jagannath Ballav
  3. Jeera Ladu
  4. Kakara
  5. Khaja
  6. Khuruma
  7. Ladu
  8. Luni Khuruma
  9. Magaja Ladu
  10. Marichi Ladu
  11. Mathapuli

Milk Made Items:

  1. Amalu (Malpua)
  2. Arisa
  3. Bara
  4. Chadai Lada
  5. Dahi Bara
  6. Jhilli
  7. Kanti
  8. Luchi
  9. Manda
  10. Puri
  11. Rosapaik
  12. Suara Pitha
  13. Tripuri

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