The word Bhuna refers to the process of browning meat that gives this rich and fragrant dish its name. The recipe combines onion, tomatoes, bell pepper and ginger.

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A rich and fragrant dish combining caramalised onions, tomatoes, bell peppers and ginger.

Land of Awadh Kingdom which was the wealthiest kingdom which ruled the most fertile lands which lie between River Ganga and River Yamuna. The city is the birthplace of art like Kathak dance form and Ghazal music

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Weight 0.375 kg
Dimensions 5 × 12 × 20 cm

Onion (46.4%), Water, Tomato (13.5%), Sunflower Oil, Ginger (3%), Red Pepper, Green Pepper, Coriander Powder, Garlic, Fresh Coriander, Salt, White Vinegar, Degi Mirch, Garam Masala (0.5%), Cumin Powder, Red Chilli Powder, Fenugreek Leaves Powder, Turmeric Powder.


No artificial preservatives, colours or flavours


Per 100g

Energy – 289kJ/69kcal
Fat – 3.2g
(of which saturates) – 0.34g
Carbohydrate – 7.1g
(of which sugars) 6g
Fibre – 2.6g
Protein – 1.7g
Salt – 0.76g

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