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CHEWON THIS

Chenna poda


A popular and wonderfully tasty cheese dessert from Orissa, chenna poda literally means burnt cheese. It’s made by baking homemade cottage (ricotta) cheese till it browns. Sugar, cashew nuts and raisins are added for extra flavouring. The dish is sold in stalls and eateries all over the State, and has now made its way into restaurant menus in the cities too. Having lost out on another originally Oriya dish (rasagolla), which is now associated with neighbouring West Bengal, the Orissa Milk Federation ran a big marketing campaign to retain chenna poda’s Oriya identity.

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