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Khorisa is an ethnic ingredient used in Assamese cuisine. Essentially, it is grated bamboo shoots in raw, fermented or pickled form.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Granny’s Corner

These days everyone’s talking about eating healthy and eating right considering the stressful lives we lead. Grandma’s healthy and delectable recipes would have been the perfect balm for today’s harried soul! 

That’s why KHORISA takes a peek at Grandma’s kitchen – and brings you a corner dedicated to her, comprising cooking secrets, health-enriching tips, and remedies straight from her kitchen. 

(These tried and tested tips are taken only from reliable word-of-mouth sources).

Tip for today

Granny says, “Rice powder helps to make your fritters crispy. Say for instance if you’re preparing fritters with gram flour (besan), just add a teaspoon of rice powder in the batter along with the other ingredients – and fry them. You’ll notice the difference immediately as you’ll roll out crispy and mouth-watering fritters with no extra effort!”

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