Whenever you visit the state of Bihar, you will find that there are lots of things to eat in every part of this state. This state has everything for everyone to eat. In Bihar, you will find many dishes that you will not get to eat in other parts of India. The taste of the dishes here is way different from other dishes. If you have ever eaten any of the Bihar dishes, then you will never forget the taste of it. In our previous article, we have provided y with information about the various types of Bihari dishes, and now we are going to inform you about the best Bihari Snacks.
Churra was one of the best & most common snacks in Bihar. It is prepared from beaten Rice. It is served with a flurry of thick curd along with Jaggery or Curd. In winters, the Churra is baked mildly, and peas and onions are spread on it.
To prepare the Bhunjia, first of all, the vegetables need to be sauteed with spice in oil. The main ingredient in this recipe is potato gravy needs to be used in the Bhunjia, and it remains dry only. The spice for this dish depends on your taste as if you like more spicy food, and then you can add some chili to it. Bhunjia is prepared in almost every home of this eastern state. Bhunjia can be eaten with Chapati or Rice and any type of lentils.
Samosa is indeed famous in the northern part of India, but in Bihar yo,u will find Samosa Chaat on almost every Snacks Corner. The recipe of Samosa Chaat is very simple, and for this yo,u need Samosa, Chatni, Mixtures of Namkeens, Chura, Onion, and some coriander leaves for garnishing. First of all, take e Samosa on a plate and then put Sweet Chatni, Namkeen, Chura (Beaten Rice), finely chopped onion, pinch h of Chaat Masala and at the end add Green Coriander for garnishing.
The dish of Dal Pitthi is a bit similar to a Gujarati dish Dal Dhokli. Dal PiPittis prepared from the Masoor & Arhar Dal. First of all, t, take out a cooker and add some oil and then add cumin seeds, asafoetida, red chili, and bay leaf. Now add onion & tomato and then sauté it for some time. After that, put dal in it and cook it until three whistles. To make pithy, knead the dough of wheat flour and then roll out a thick chapati. Now give the roti the shape of the dumpling and then put all the dumplings in the cooker with dal & cook it for one more whistle. To give it a final touch, take out a pan, add Ghee, Dry Red Chilli, Cumins Seeds, and finely chopped onion, and sauté it for few minutes. Then put this on cooked Dal & Dumplings. After preparation, garnish it with green coriander leaves.
This is a very easy and quick recipe for anyone. To make Papdi Chaat, you need paper and put it on a plate. After that, crush the papdi and then add boiled potato cut into pieces. Now add Black Salt, Chaat Masala, Coriander Leaves, Cumin Seeds Powder, Red Chilli Powder, and Sev. At Last, add sweet chutney over it.
Kachori is also a very famous snack in the Bihar region. There are many types of Kachori available in Bihar like Moong Dal Kachori, Aloo Kachori, Raj Kachori but the most famous type of Kachori in Bihar is Sattu ki Kachori. This Kachori is prepared from the Sattu. In the Sattu ki kachori, the fillings are made from Sattu, and the rest of the process remains the same as the Dal Kachori.
The other famous snacks in Bihar are:-Bharata