A karahi (aɪ; कड़ाही kaṛāhī, کڑاہی; also kadai, korai, karai, kadhi, kadahi, kadhai or cheena chatti) is a type of thick, circular, and deep cooking-pot (similar in shape to a wok) used in Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Nepalese cuisine. Traditionally made out of cast iron, karahi look like woks with steeper sides. Today ...Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karahi
A karahi is a cooking pot similar to a wok but in many restaurants karahi chicken or lamb is cooked with onion and tomato and served sizzling from the pan.
Found on http://www.zindagee.co.uk/cuisine/glossary.htm
It's like a wok.Found on http://www.ralpharama.co.uk/item.php?page=curry%20glossary
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