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Foods of Rourkela

Since Rourkela is part of Odisha, the food that is generally prepared here is mostly Odia dishes, the flavors of which are tenderly spiced and mild. One can easily find any eatable that would perfectly meet their taste palate and likings. It is possible to have vegetarian and non-vegetarian food that is sure to be found delicious and mouth watering.

There are curries prepared to suite every mood, the variety of pastes and spices, mixed together can help create some unforgettable delicacies. Also are present some special food items, which are associated with each and every festival for emphasizing the significance which cuisine has in life. It is not just the food that is prepared here, but also the inimitable manner by which it gets served.

Special Manchurian Gobi Manchurian is an Indian cuisine fried cauliflower food item popular in Rourkela. In its two-stage preparation, the first stage requires preparing a spiced corn flour batter, dipping cauliflower florets in it and deep frying them.

In the second stage, the deep fried florets are sautéed with chopped onion, bell pepper, garlic, etc., in soy and chili sauce.

Chicken Chow mein Chow mein is also common in Indian Chinese. In India, it was introduced by the Chinese of Calcutta. It is usually offered Hakka or with gravy.

Catering to vegetarian diets, there is an Indian variant, vegetable chow mein, which consists of noodles with cabbage, green peppers, and carrots, scrambled egg as a protein source and Chicken

Gup Chup  also known as Panipuri is a type of snack Indian subcontinent.
It consists of a round, hollow puri, deep-fried crisp crepe and filled with a mixture of flavored water (known as imli pani), tamarind chutney, chili, chaat masala, potato, onion or chickpeas.

Modern chefs, eager to take their culinary expertise to the next level, have come up with interesting variations to the gol gappa like the cucumber panipuri, in which cucumber juice is used to fill up the puris.

Chole bhature Gobi Chole bhture(Hindi: छोले भटूरे, ) is a dish from the Punjab region in the northern part of the Indian .This Punjabi dish is a combination of chana masala (spicy white chickpeas) and bhatura, a fried bread made from maida .
Chhole bhature is often eaten as a breakfast dish. However, it can also be a street food or a complete meal and may be accompanied by, for example, onions, carrot pickle, green chutney and achaar.

Singda(Samosa) is a fried or baked dish with a savoury filling, such as spiced potatoes, onions, peas. The Indian style, often accompanied by a chutney, is probably the most widely-known of a broad family of recipes from Africa to China, which have origins in medieval times or earlier.[2] Samosas are a popular entree, appetizer, or snack in the local cuisines of the Indian subcontinent, Western Asia, Southeast Asia, the Mediterranean, and Africa. Due to emigration and cultural diffusion from these areas, samosas in today’s world are also prepared in other regions.

Chicken Pakorais a fried snack (fritter), originating from the Indian subcontinent. It is a popular snack across the Rourkela, where it is served in restaurants and sold by street vendors. It’s also often found in Indian restaurants as well as South Asian restaurants in the Western world. Chicken ,prawn,crab,meat, paneer, veg etc are available.