“Heat wok (a wok-like pot called a karahi is used in India) over high heat and when smoking, add about 4 tablespoons of mustard or peanut oil.”
“Try their tuti fruity or chicken karahi," suggests an online reviewer.”
“Mirch is another no-frills affair with prices to match across its menu of tandoor-grilled meats and karahi curries.”
“Elsewhere on the menu, regulars rave over the karahi fish and the deigi dahl gosht, a marrow-infused dish of lentils and lamb cooked on the bone.”
“In a large wok, karahi or dutch oven, heat enough vegetable oil to cover bottom.”
“These dishes are cooked in a kadai also spelled karahi, the cast-iron wok-shaped pot favored by north Indian and Pakistani cooks.”
“Heat corn or sunflower oil in a wok or a karahi over a hot stove.”
“It looks like a Turkish sagani, which is likely the origin of the name, but it is also similar to a cross between a tawa and karahi which are the equivalents from East Asia.”
“A wok sits next to a karahi on a Western-style stove.”
“Note that the flatter-bottomed karahi (right) is sitting on an ordinary burner cover, while the round-bottomed wok is balanced in a wok-ring”
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