Cuisine of Jharkhand comprises of rice, dal, vegetables. Meals often consist of vegetables that are cooked in various ways, such as curried, fried, roasted and boiled .Traditional dishes of Jharkhand may not be available at restaurants.

Dhuska is usually consumed as a breakfast item and is prepared from rice and lentil batter, which is fried later. It is normally served with the traditional ghugni, which is a simple curry made with black chickpeas. It is one of the most famous popular items in Jharkhand.

Dhuska is usually consumed as a breakfast item and is prepared from rice and lentil batter, which is fried later. It is normally served with the traditional ghugni, which is a simple curry made with black chickpeas. It is one of the most famous popular items  in Jharkhand.

Handia is a festive drink made of cooked rice soaked in water overnight in an earthen pot. It is prepared usingranu tablet which is a combination of 20-25 herbs acting as a fermentor. It is generally the most alcoholic and mordacious taste people of any other Indian drinks.

Handia is a festive drink made of cooked rice soaked in water overnight in an earthen pot. It is prepared usingranu tablet which is a combination of 20-25 herbs acting as a fermentor. It is generally the most alcoholic and mordacious taste people of any other Indian drinks.

Meetha Khaja is prepared from wheat flour, mawa and oil. It is deep fried until crisp. Then a sugar syrup is made which is known as paga for the Khaja. The crisp croissants are then soaked in the sugar syrup until they absorb the sugar syrup and are ready to serve.

Meetha Khaja is prepared from wheat flour, mawa and oil. It is deep fried until crisp. Then a sugar syrup is made which is known as paga for the Khaja. The crisp croissants are then soaked in the sugar syrup until they absorb the sugar syrup and are ready to serve.

Pitha is a dish which is very famous in Jharkhand. The neighbouring states of West Bengal and Orissa also relish this delicacy. The Pitthas in Jharkhand have a flavour of their own and are eaten with a variety of side dishes which sets it apart.

Pitha is a dish which is very famous in Jharkhand. The neighbouring states of West Bengal and Orissa also relish this delicacy. The Pitthas in Jharkhand have a flavour of their own and are eaten with a variety of side dishes which sets it apart.

Rugra is a type of mushroom which are available during the monsoons, often in the forest. It grows beneath the soil and only the locals are able to spot it. It can be saida special state cuisine due its seasonal and peculiar growth.

Rugra is a type of mushroom which are available during the monsoons, often in the forest. It grows beneath the soil and only the locals are able to spot it. It can be saida special state cuisine due its seasonal and peculiar growth.