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Buffalo stew is made with bones for extra flavor (taken out afterward) and gelatinous skin with meat attached is preferred. A good ratio of water (soup) is preferred. Spices are added. Some of the soup is taken out and juice of a local citric fruit (jhamsi in newari) which taste like lemon but with a flavor of mandarin is added for more flavor. Finally smoked dry freshwater fish is fried and added. It is cooled down to make a meat aspic jelly which is called sanyakhuna.
Sanya means dried fish and khuna means broth.
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