|Place of origin||India|
|Region or state||Odisha|
|Main ingredients||Rice flour, turmeric leaves, black gram, coconut, jaggery, black pepper|
Enduri Pitha is a variety of pitha made in the Indian state of Odisha mostly in the northern and central region. Ingredients are turmeric leaves, black gram, rice flour, coconut, jaggery, black pepper. Enduri is mostly prepared during Prathamastami and Manabasa Gurubara. It is a light snack and has laxative effect because of the turmeric leaves that are used to wrap the pitha. Traditionally, enduri used to be made by steaming in large earthen pots. Enduri is one of the many other pithas offered to Jagannath in the Jagannath Temple, Puri for "Sakala dhupa" (breakfast).
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‘Enduri Pitha' a traditional delicacy of Odisha to showcase the medicinal properties of turmeric plant was prepared in most Odia households on Monday to mark the celebration of ‘Prathamashtami'
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