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[postpositive] Denoting an Indian dish cooked in a rich sauce made with butter or ghee, onions, tomatoes, and cream:‘chicken makhani’
- ‘He had served dal makhani, with rajma in it instead of sambar.’
- ‘Add garam masala powder to the dal makhani and simmer for 15 minutes.’
- ‘Dal makhani is one dish that I have never prepared at home.’
- ‘A quick check of my fridge and spice drawer later, I had enough stuff to make murgh makhani (Indian butter chicken).’
- ‘This is what is known as chicken makhani.’
Hindi makkhani, from makkhan butter.
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