Talasari Beach

Places to do in Talsari

Talasari beach

What do you usually do when your psyche is yelling for rejuvenation’ You bump into a tranquil spot and just calm your senses down. This is exactly what you should do at this virgin beach.

Odisha – Special Cuisine

Odisha has food which is somewhat simple in structure and is similar to the cuisines of the areas around it, in its styles, elements, preparations and flavors. Rice, Coconut and Curd are the staple items of the platters here and you will find a number of versions of these making the platter rich, colorful and delicious. The food is mostly vegetarian but a number of areas have rich seafood added to their staple meals. The food here is prepared without using any oil and is hence considered to be quite natural and healthy. The popular delicacies of Oriya cuisine include Pakhala (a preparation of rice), Dali, Mandia Jau, Dahi Baigana, Dahi Machha, Dahi Bhindi (fried eggplant, fried fish, fried ladyfinger dipped in spicy yogurt sauce), Khatta, Aludum, Chungdi Malai, Baddi Chura as well as beverages like Bel Pana, Nabata Pana, both prepared with seasonal fruits. Other than these, the essentials in sweets are a variety of Pithas, Dahi Badi, Rasgulla, Chhenapodapitha, Gulab Jamun and lots more. Also, while in Orissa, do not miss the Mahaprasad of Jagannath Temple, which houses the largest kitchen in the world, and the grandeur of its servings add another dimension to Orissa’s cuisine. The food offered in temples as ‘Prasada’ is often locally known as Abadha.

What to eat in Talasari beach :

Local Food and Cuisine

The people around the Talasari beach relish rice, meat, chicken, fish and other sea foods. You can either pack your own food or buy some from Digha, where you’ll find some scrumptious Bengali cuisine. There is the Odisha Government Panthashala and some other alternatives for food and accomodation here.

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