Odisha's cuisine is quite different from the other Indian cuisines and you can tell the difference by consuming the staple dishes of the state. Sweets from the state are one of the most preferred dishes in the state. Here we bring you the recipe for Chhena Podo, that is a popular sweet and is loved by every sweet lover.
This sweet dish is among the most famous sweet dishes from Odisha. Chhena Podo is made with kneaded chhena, sugar, and nuts. It is baked for many hours till turns brown. Chena Podo means burnt cheese when translated and one might think about the need to eat a burnt dish, but regardless of the name, with every bite, the taste of the satiating juicy and smoky chhena will blow your mind away. Take a look at the recipe.
Homemade Cottage Cheese, Sugar, Ghee, milk, sooji Rava, Cardamom Powder, and raisins.
Start making the Chhena Podo by crumbling the freshly made homemade paneer using your hands. Add sugar and cardamom powder at this time and mix it well.
The next step includes adding sooji Rawa along with ghee and milk. Mix this mixture until it is incorporated well together.
Fry broken cashews and few raisins and later add this to the chhena mix.