Jhal Mudhi

Jhal Mudhi from the streets of Odisha

Jhal Mudhi (Odia: ଝାଲ୍ ମୁଢ଼ି) is a popular snack in the Indian states of West Bengal, and Odisha. etc. Even, though it's quite popular in Bangladesh. It is made from puffed rice, peanuts, and a variety of spices, and is typically served with tamarind chutney or yogurt.

Homemade Jhalmudhi shared by Sangram Keshari Senapati

It is a street food, and is popularly sold by vendors who are commonly known as "Jhal Mudhiwallahs". Sea beaches and waterfall locations are the best places to have this while enjoying the incredible view of nature.

Delicious Jhal Mudhi packed from puri beach

It is said to have originated in the city of Kolkata, which was once known as Calcutta. It was traditionally sold by street vendors who would carry the dish on their heads and roam the streets, calling out "Jhal Mudhi, Jhal Mudhi" to attract customers. The dish became a popular street food in the city, and soon spread to other parts of West Bengal as well as to other states.

Bangladeshi Streetfood Jhal Mudhi shared by La Kritzolina

It's a delicious and healthy snack that can be enjoyed by the whole family, the combination of puffed rice and peanuts give it a unique and delicious flavor.

N.B.: All these photos are taken by Manas Muduli, Sangram Keshari Senapati, and La Kritzolina. We have published it here with their permission.

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