Puri Ghuguni

Puri and Ghguni the love of every Odia People

Puri Ghuguni (Odia: ପୁରି ଘୁଗୁନି), also known as "Ghanta Ghuguni," is a traditional dish from the coastal state of Odisha, India. It is a popular street food and is typically served with luchi, a deep-fried Indian bread made from all-purpose flour.

Puri and Ghuguni at Home on Kansa Thali

Ghuguni is a type of yellow pea or chana dal-based dish that is cooked with a flavorful blend of spices and is a staple of Odia cuisine.

The Delicious Puri and Ghuguni

The dish is made by boiling the chana dal in water until it is tender and then sautéing it with a variety of spices such as cumin, mustard, turmeric, and curry leaves. The dish is typically made with a generous amount of oil, which gives it a rich and flavorful taste. The Ghuguni is often garnished with chopped onions and coriander leaves.

Delicious Puri, Ghuguni, Poda Pitha and Makar Chaula for breakfast on the day of Makara Sankranti

In Puri, Ghuguni is commonly sold by street vendors and is also served at many local restaurants and food stalls. The dish is loved for its simplicity, and for the way that it perfectly complements the deep-fried luchi. Puri ghuguni can also be garnished with grated coconut or with a drizzle of ghee.

Preparation of Puri

The dish is quite popular among locals as well as tourists in Puri. It is a great option for those looking for a hearty and satisfying meal that won't break the bank. It's also a good option for vegetarians.

Puni Ghuguni at Bhubaneswar

In conclusion, Puri ghuguni is a delicious and flavorful dish from the state of Odisha. It's a perfect blend of chana dal, spices, and herbs that makes it a perfect street food. The dish is affordable and easily available in Puri. It's a must-try for anyone visiting the city and for people who love Indian street food.

Homemade Puri and Ghuguni with boiled egg for morning breakfast of Manas Muduli

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