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What's the difference between Balti and Bhuna ?

What's the difference between Balti and Bhuna ?

What's the difference between Balti and Bhuna ?

Dal Balti and chicken bhuna are often found in the menus of Indian restaurants. English translation of Balti is bucket and Bhuna is fried. If you order a Balti dish – it means a curry, stir-fried in plenty of spices and herbs, served with cilantro leaves. Dal makhani, Tarka daal, Karahi curry and Dal Makhani are commonly served as Balti.  It is the best option for people who want to have a satisfying main course meal and is often served with rice or roti (or chapati).

Recipes with vegetables or meat (or chicken) can be dry fried with bhuna masala. Bhuna Gosht refers to mutton marinated in herbs and aromatic spices, dry-fried with onions and tomato paste.

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