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An earthenware or metal pot used in Indian cooking.
- ‘Aside from the large handi, you may want to prepare food that requires marinating.’
- ‘As soon as the mixture begins to leave the sides of the handi, turn the mixture onto a greased thali and flatten it out evenly with a greased rolling pin.’
- ‘Lets say you want to make a meal like the traditional one cooked in large handis.’
Hindi hā̃̄nḍī, from Sanskrit bhāṇḍa ‘pot’.
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