The word Dahibara is not just a name of food its an Emotion.
Dahi Bara Aloo Dum is undoubtedly the favourite snack of Odisha especially in Cuttack which can be consumed at any time of the day, be it during breakfast time, lunch time, evening snacks time or even dinner time.
Best part is you can have your ‘pet puja’ full your stomach in just 30/- rupees.
Though Dahibara Aloo Dum is available in every corner of Odisha, it is said that this food is both Born and brought up in Cuttack.
When it comes to Dahi Bara Aloo Dum, Cuttack has edge over all place in terms of taste & popularity.
You can find the Dahi Bara Aloo Dum plates daily in maximum areas of silver city is either made at home or purchased from street stalls.
People of this place who have in for generations been in the business of serving this delicacy called Dahi Bara Aloo Dum.
The Dahi Bara is just Bara made from Biri soaked overnight and then fried in circular shape, then kept in curd water where as Aloo Dum (Dum Aloo in Odia) is the spicy gravy curry made from potatoes. Also Guguni which is kept silent is made out of Matar cury.
Dish is served in eco-friendly leaves, garnishing with sew, chopped onion, dhaniya chutney.
Places in whose name, Dahi bara is sold, As Cuttack had its long list, here we have shared some Names of famous ones.
They are Ragu mausa at Bidanasi, Trinath Dahi Bara at Kanika Chowk, Ishwar Behera at Biju Patnaik Chowk, Bapa Jhia at Barabati Stadium, etc.
However, Dahi Bara business is providing livelihood for many.
Following this foodies have flooded social media with Dahi Bara Aloo Dum picture celebrating the Dahibara Divas this year on March 1st.
Different people and foodies community celebrated this day keeping in mind to make this dish more popular in coming years & turn truly global & in turn help this community to grow.