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the bori story..
The paste is laid out by hand on a mat in the sunlight. It sticks to the mat while wet but when the bori dries completely it can easily come off. In its simplest form bori takes the conical shape naturally occurring due to the way the paste is laid out. However, intricate artistic designs can also made with the paste when squeezed out through a funnel. This is called naksha bori. It is also called gahona bori or gayna boribecause the designs often look like those of jewellery (gahana or gayna is Bengali for jewellery). To avoid breaking naksha bori when removing from the mat, a layer of poppy seeds is spread before laying the paste. Preparing bori is almost exclusively done by women of the household, sometimes assisted by children.
Bori can be fried and eaten as a snack or can be added to fish or vegetable dishes to enhance taste and to add variety.
The heart shaped these leaves are available in various shades of green. Owing to rich taste and good aroma, these betel leaves are widely used to prepare pan. Our betel leaves are widely used as a stimulants and antiseptic. These are acclaimed for high quality juice and rich taste. We offer our betel leaves at reasonable rates.
- Highly demanded
- Superior quality
- Available at reasonable price.
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