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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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Man v Food challenges were bhoona in the USA, but I feel sure the Dilshad has concocted a dish that would stump any oversized American.
THOUSANDS of hungry children will be fed thanks to a curry house's popular chicken bhoona.
Available for Dhs225 per person, the three-course menu will feature exquisite Indian dishes such as Mutton Bhoona - a traditional mutton curry; Dal Panchmel - a five lentil stew; and Murgh Kaju Korma with braised chicken thighs and cashew nuts.
In the book Handmade in India, Handmade in India: A Geographic Encyclopedia of India Handicrafts, it says, "The deities whose images appear on Molela terracotta may be part of the mainstream Hindu pantheon (Chamunda, Kali, Durga, Ganesha) or more commonly, regional divinities whose cults are rooted in animistic belief systems(for example Nagadeva) or in folk legends celebrating local heroes and heroines (for example, Dev Narayan, Tejaji, Pabuji, Gora Bhairav, Kala Bhairav, Vasuki, Bhoona and Mendu, Sadumata, Panch-mukhi).
A secret report by the Scottish Food Enforcement Liaison Committee watchdogs said cheap beef was passed off as lamb in popular bhoona and korma dishes served at 46 of the 129 restaurants tested.
While Babiak seems to feel more optimistic regarding the number of people actually seeing plays, he still equates the Fringe with eating and drinking: "They will come to the theatre district, and not only to eat bhoona and linger in the beer tent" ("Fringeopolis").
IF you've sampled the perfect bhoona or tucked into an exemplary bhaji recently then now's your chance to nominate your favourite restaurant for the Welsh Curry House of the Year 2013.
To start, I went for my signature dish of onion bhajis, while my partner went for bhoona chingri on puri, which is steamed prawns, cooked with garlic, onions and capsicum and served on puri.
debate over the England striker, spending so much time on him is like overdosing on pakora when the full bhoona is waiting.
The Bhoona is the Hindi term for cooking the combination of spices (Masala) in hot oil to release the natural oils and flavours of the spices and to remove the raw taste.
My currying companion started with bhoona chingri on puri while I couldn't resist a selection of tandoori appetisers including chicken and lamb tikka and pakuras.