Kakara pitha

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Kakara pitha
Kakara made of wheat flour
Alternative names କାକରା ପିଠା
Course Dessert
Place of origin India
Region or state Odisha
Serving temperature Hot or cold
Main ingredients Wheat flour, sugar, coconut, cardamom, chhena
Cookbook: Kakara pitha  Media: Kakara pitha

Kakara pitha (Odia: କାକରା ପିଠା) is a sweet deep-fried cake from Odisha offered to temple deities and served hot or cold on many festivals.[1]


kakara pitha
  • Atta (Wheat Flour) – 300 g
  • Chinni (Sugar) -250 g
  • Nadia (Coconut) – ½ a Coconut(shredded)
  • Gujurati( Cardamom) – 4 pcs
  • Chhena-100 g
  • Edible camphor-a pinch
  • Black pepper- little and crushed
  • Luna (Salt) – As per taste
  • Refine Tela( Refined Oil)- for deep frying

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