Jay Shri Ganesh

Chuda Ghasa is a traditionally Odia delicacy which originates from the coastal area of the state.

Notably, preparing Chuda Ghasa is a community activity where women sit around banana leaves mixing the mixture to perfection.

It is generally made in large quantities during festivals, family function and any other auspicious occasion.

Chuda Ghasa is offered to Lord Ganesha on this holy day in Odisha.


Rice flakes (Chuda as we say in Odia) – 1 kg

Grated fresh coconut – 2, big sized

Jaggery – ½ kg

Camphor – 1 pinch

Cardamom – 2

Black pepper – 8


  • Coarsely grind the rice flakes
  • Then add the grated fresh coconut, powdered jaggery, and camphor to it.
  • Mix, rubbing all ingredients together until you get a homogenous consistency, or until you can no longer tell individual ingredients apart.
  • Coarsely powder the cardamom and black pepper and lightly add them to the mixture.
  • Chuda Ghasa is ready to serve.