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|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Odisha|
|Main ingredients||Rice flour, black gram, refined edible oil (ghee or mustard oil), salt|
|Cookbook: Chakuli Pitha Media: Chakuli Pitha|
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- Saru Chakuli (ସରୁ ଚକୁଳି)
- This is thin pancake-like Dosa.
- Budha Chakuli (ବୁଢା ଚକୁଳି)
- This is a thick pitha/cake made of black gram dal and rice batter mix with jaggery, cottage cheese/paneer (chhena) and grated coconut. It is a very well known recipe of Orissa.
- Ata Chakuli (Atta Chakuli)
- Prasant Kumar Acharya. Sacred Complex of Budhi Santani (2003 ed.). New Delhi: Concept. p. 228. ISBN 978-8-18069-049-5.
- "Buddha Chakuli - The typical Odia Pitha - eOdisha.org - latest Odisha News - Business - Culture -Art - Travel". eodisha.org. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
- "Chakuli Pitha, Aloo Bhaja & Ghuguni - A Traditional Odia Breakfast Recipe to Cook at Home". betterbutter.in. Alaka Jena. Retrieved 29 September 2016.
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