Preparation For : 4 People | Preparation Time : 45 Minuites (Approx)
Ingredients
  • Parwal- 500 gm
  • Potato- 150 gm
  • Shredded coconut -10 tablespoon
  • Poppy seeds(khus khus)- 5 teaspoon
  • Dry chilies- 1or 2( as per taste)
  • Cumin seeds- 2 ½ teaspoon
  • Cashew nut -10 pieces
  • Bay leaf – 2
  • Turmeric powder- 1teasppon
  • Oil -10 tablespoon
  • Ginger -1/2 inch
  • Salt – as per taste
Preparation : Step wise
  • Wash and peel the parwals. Cut each parwal in two halves (not length wise).
  • Peel the potatoes and cut into pieces
  • Make a fine paste of shredded coconut, ginger, poppy seeds (khus khus), cashew nuts, dry chilly and cumin seeds.
  • Heat oil in a deep pan. Fry the parwal and potatoes till golden brown. Keep aside.
  • Heat some oil in the pan and fry cumin seeds and bay leaf.
  • Add the masala paste, turmeric powder. Fry it till oil starts coming out.
  • Add fried parwal and potatoes, stir it for 2 to 3 minutes.
  • Put 3 cups of water and salt to taste. Bring it to boil. Reduce heat, simmer for 10 minutes or till the potatoes are cooked and the gravy is thick.
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Health & Additional Cooking Tips

Cashew nuts and coconut are rich sources of calcium, fat, protein and energy.

19 Responses
  1. Arun Says:

    Please provide PDF files in Oriya Scripts.

  2. Sawan Says:

    Good God! This is something I had only dreamt of!!!
    Being a single, living alone thousand miles away from home and family, I know what I miss the most – dalmaa, saaga-badi, ghaanta, aloo-potola rasa… the list would go on…
    All I did till date was to call my Mama (mother), keep chatting over the phone for a recipe and trying my hand at cooking some special oriya dish.

    I am very glad to see a website that has typical oriya recipes. Now I believe I will be a better cook very soon :)

    Oriya Kitchen website ku aarambha karithiba byakti maananku mora anek anek dhanyabaad o shubhechha.
    -Sawan
    Mumbai

  3. Sushree Says:

    Mu ei website arambha karithiba samasta byakti mananku aao ethire recipe contribute karuthiba samasta Bhauni manaku hardika dhanyabad janauchi.

    Regards
    Sushree
    Bangalore

  4. priya Says:

    Bahu ruchi purna byanjana ra samaahar…padhi khoob bhala lagila. Ghare aasibara thiba kunia manaka pain, Aalu potala rasaa kariba pain jai, ei website ra sandhana paili. Dhanyabaad , sarahaniya udyama. AAsha kare, mun madhya khoob shighra nija rosei nei ei site ku aasibi…

  5. monalisa Says:

    hi guys …really appriciate the effort …great going …regarding potala aloo rasa this is actually the perfect details for potala aloo tarkari …for rasa u actually have to add a little bit of postaka bata thats normal postaka but grinded ….and ofcourse coconut milk also ..but dont forget the postaka bata …thts what diff it from tarkari !!

  6. Pratap Ch. Bhanja Says:

    Thanks for coming out this. Wish, this would be a great window to the whole world for finest Oriya cuisine. But, one thing definitely required (as said by another reader) – provide PDF files in Oriya Scripts. You may also consider publishing the Oriya version page along side the English version page, which has to be default at any terminal (ref. Odisha.com). And to spread out to a larger audience (Indians would surely love to try out Oriya foods) please think of publishing in Hindi version, as Hindi is most spoken language in our country.

  7. Oriyakitchen Team Says:

    Dear Pratap Ch. Bhanja,

    Your suggestions are indeed towards making oDiA Dishes more widerspread and popular. We are incorporating the PDF output of the recipes very soon. Towards publishing in oDiA we are working right now. And regarding Hindi it will take some to implement as we have to consider few other things for this.

    Dhanyabad !

  8. Swati Says:

    Thanks a lot!
    Potala rasa re nadia pade bodhe….
    Aaji raatire hi try kariki kaaliku post karibi…

  9. ritu Says:

    thanx lot yaar,,,,,v r a couple livng in pune nd me a complete foodie………since i left home ta pare ta ghara khaiba sapna hai jai thila…..every time i usd 2 call mom 2 get a reciepe……bt nw its easy

  10. sephali Says:

    namaskar ae website create karithiba byaktinku .ame odia chua hele madya amaku odia randha bhala bhabe asunathila .kintu abey bahut kichi garba re kahuchu aaeta amara odia dish ….. :) dhanyabad friends
    sephali
    mumbai

  11. Swarna Says:

    Thanx a lot for this website.It helped me a lot.potola rasa without onion and garlic sounds good.making it for our friends.mu bahut nua nua dish sikhichi eithu aau try madhya karuchi.bahut bahut dhanyabad.

  12. Bapi bhaina Says:

    Alu potol re jadi potol ku chana jaye tahele bhala lagiba

  13. Bapi bhaina Says:

    I am proud to be a odia

  14. Anil Says:

    This is one my favorite dish. I was looking for this from many days.

    Thanks for helping out with this dish.

    ବହୁତ୍ ବହୁତ୍ ଧନ୍ୟବାଦ୍.

  15. Manas Mishra Says:

    Hi All,
    I am very much glad to see this site. This is very much helpful to cook for new comers into cooking world. And as Arun Said can you guys please provide PDF’s attachment in ODIA Script.

  16. swati Says:

    thanks to odiakitchen.

  17. Swati Says:

    Hi,
    Thanks for the recipe. I prepared this recipe for my Husband’s pot lunch at office. Everyone appreciated this dish very much. I really thank odia kitchen to provide such beautiful recipes. Thank you.

  18. archana Says:

    nice one.

  19. Damodar behera Says:

    jai jagannath

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