bhuna


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bhuna

(ˈbuːnə)
n
(Cookery) an Indian dish or sauce in which spices are dry-roasted in a pan and then combined with a moistening agent such as yogurt or water
[from Urdu]
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You can take your pick from chicken, which comes with a chicken tikka starter, chicken bhuna, chicken karahi, chicken tikka massala, or go for the lamb option, which offers a lamb tikka starter, lamb bhuna, lamb karahi and a lamb korma.
He pulled it out towards the end of his meal and claimed he had found it in what was left of his lamb bhuna, Teesside magistrates heard.
London, June 6 ( ANI ): A UK man was sentenced to prison, after he tried to get a free meal in an Indian curry house by sprinkling his pubic hair on the remains of his lamb bhuna.
Yep, that's right, the Paynes - for the second year running, apparently - said no to eating dry turkey and soggy brussels on C Day and instead opted for a chicken bhuna in their home town of Wolverhampton.
The food is good without being exceptional, although the king prawn bhuna ordered by my wife was excellent with large, succulent prawns in a delicious bhuna sauce.
Our choices included a delicious king prawn bhuna, a tasty lamb pasanda and a mouth-watering chicken madras.
Mamajaan's is the brainchild of working Hampstead mum Anjam Jabeen who created the range-which includes Belsize Bhuna and Hampstead Harooni-proudly marrying her Punjabi heritage with her current home in North London.
Yes, Gordon was a part of it but not the full bhuna.
The Rose of Bengal offers a wide selection of dishes including all the favourites such as Massala, Balti, Bhuna, Jalfrezi etc.
So no staying in to see The X-Factor with a nice chicken bhuna of a Saturday night for you then, Will[ETH]
The range includes six different curry flavours--Pudina Tikka, Dhansak, Saag, Karai Bhuna, Rogan Josh and Jalfrezi (rsp: 1.
Vegetarians have a selection of nine dishes, including bhuna gobi dal, a cauliflower and lentil dish, at pounds 3.