Chingudi Jhola

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Chingudi Jhola
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Alternative names Chungudi Jhola
Type Curry
Place of origin Orissa, India
Region or state India
Main ingredients Prawns, mustard oil, garam masala
Cookbook:Chingudi Jhola  Chingudi Jhola

Chingudi Jhola (Oriya: ଚିଙ୍ଗୁଡ଼ି ଝୋଳ) or Chungudi Jhola (Oriya: ଚୁଙ୍ଗୁଡ଼ି ଝୋଳ) is a spicy gravy based prawn curry with different flavours of spices. It is mostly eaten by people of the coastal regions and the areas of River basins of Orissa.

Preparation[edit]

The curry is prepared by frying the prawns in Mustard oil, and then in a mixture of garam masala—including cinnamon. Bay leaves are also used when making the curry. Some variations of Chungudi Jhola include the use of coconut-cashew paste. The curry includes an abundance of tomato and garlic which gives the curry a reddish hue and spicy flavour.

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