This light, airy crispiness is a mark of superior craftsmanship of the women of Bengal. The intricate designs remind one of the opulent jewellery patterns, hence the name: goyna bori. These are great by themselves, lightly fried in some fat or oil.
about our goyna bori
Making goyna boris is a labourious process that marries technique and creativity. From grinding the dal to making the designs and packing, the boris enjoy a journey of love. Ours is made from kolai dal with posto or poppy seeds in the traditional way by the women of Bengal.
|appearance||goyna boris are intricately designed and brittle|
|store them in air-tight containers away from moisture|
what you can cook with it
Goyna bori are best consumed just fried lightly and paired with simple meals. Next time you invite your loved ones for a simple lunch, serve them some fried goyna boris on the side.
|origin||East Midnapore, West Bengal|