bhuna

Bhuna is first and foremost a cooking process where spices are gently fried in plenty of oil to bring out their flavour. The dish 'bhuna' is an extension of that process where meat is added to the spices and then cooked in its own juices which results in deep strong flavours but very little sauce. The restaurant bhuna is a well spiced curry with a
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Bhuna

The process of cooking the spice paste in hot oil. A bhuna curry is usually dry and cooked in coconut.
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Bhuna

Indian food terms > Bhuna
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Bhuna

Cooking terms referring to stir fried dishes.
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Bhuna

When the spice paste is cooked in hot oil.
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Bhuna

Pan fried or Pan roasted
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