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Some people say that its origin is in Kanpur. Buknu is claimed to have medicinal values by Ayurveda and is thought to be a very ancient recipe.
The ingredients are: Salt, Black Salt, Sonth (dried ginger powder), Haldi (Turmeric), Jeera (Cumin seeds), Harra Badi, Harra Choti, Baheda, Marodfali, Baibirnag, Peepar, Hing (asafoetida), Amla, Oil.
Buknu is eaten mainly with Kadhi-Rice, Daal-Chawal, Roti-Ghee, and puri.
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