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  • n. A type of curry, in which the spices are cooked in oil with no water.


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  • The lamb bhuna and the chicken lababdar had pronounced but not unwelcome sweet notes.

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  • Just plain peanuts...and I was still hungry so had a small katori of bhuna chana with a tiny twist of lemon, some chopped onions and coriander chutney.

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  • I can say it's "my destiny" to spend the weekend eating leftover Lamb bhuna in my dressing gown while trying to think up unfavourable anagrams of "David Cameron"

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  • Has already revolutionised English football once by pointing out that pasta and salad might be better pre-match preparation for a professional athlete than six pints of Carling and a lamb bhuna; but his crowning glory could yet be to come, if his new robot prototype comes through testing successfully.

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  • These include a chicken bhuna on its Thursday night Curry club menu and a gluten fre Bramley apple, pear and raspberry crumble.

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  • While the chunks of meat in the bhuna gosht, a lamb curry, were wonderfully tender, the thick, tasty gravy carried unseemly puddles of oil.

    Chicago Reader

  • At a line-out, only players in the line, a receiver and a thrower from each team are permitted within five metres of the line, and will be deemed offside if they encroach unless they are wearing a prime number on their shirt and had a chicken bhuna with pilau rice and a brinjal bhajji within the previous week. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Try the lamb bhuna with whole spices or the chicken leg that is braised with methi.

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Try bean salads, bhuna chana, raisins with a couple of almonds, lentil sprouts, a small cup of skimmed milk or fat-free yoghurt.

  • "Global culture in art can be very boring," he says on a serious note while trying bhuna gosht, kadai paneer with assorted breads.

    The Hindu - Front Page


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