bhuna

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bhuna (ˈbuːnə)
 
n
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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Main Entry:  bhuna
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a type of Indian curry that is a medium-hot and thick sauce and made by a process in which spices are dry-roasted in a pan and combined with a moistening agent such as yogurt; also written bhoona
Example:  Bhuna chicken is ready when the oil begins to separate from the gravy.
Etymology:  Urdu bhunna 'to be fried'
Usage:  cooking
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