4 Corner Kinima 200 Gm
4 Corner Kinima 200 Gm is a fermented soybean dish which was originated in Nepal by the Kirat community. The word 'kinima' is believed to be derived from the tribal Limbu language 'kinambaa', where 'ki' means fermented and 'nambaa' It is usually cooked as a curry whereas some prefer it as a dry achar with garlic, chilies, and salt. This dry vegetable can be made in various ways and is usually eaten with rice.
To make Kinima curry, you can fry kinima and then add onions, tomatoes, spices, and water for gravy. Simmer until it makes a thick gravy and serve it with rice.
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