chaunk

Chaunk vs Chaun - What's the difference?

chaunk | chaun |


As nouns the difference between chaunk and chaun

is that chaunk is (cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking while chaun is (obsolete) a gap.

As a verb chaun is

(obsolete) to open; to yawn.

Chaunk vs Chank - What's the difference?

chaunk | chank |


As nouns the difference between chaunk and chank

is that chaunk is (cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking while chank is (east india) the large spiral shell of several species of sea conch, much used in making bangles, especially.

As a verb chank is

(us) to eat noisily; to champ or chomp.

Chaunk vs Chaulk - What's the difference?

chaunk | chaulk |


As nouns the difference between chaunk and chaulk

is that chaunk is (cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking while chaulk is (obsolete|now only nonstandard|rare).

As a verb chaulk is

(obsolete|now only nonstandard|rare).

Chaunk vs Chaunt - What's the difference?

chaunk | chaunt |


As nouns the difference between chaunk and chaunt

is that chaunk is (cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking while chaunt is .

As a verb chaunt is

.

Chunk vs Chaunk - What's the difference?

chunk | chaunk |


As nouns the difference between chunk and chaunk

is that chunk is a part of something that has been separated while chaunk is (cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking.

As a verb chunk

is to break into large pieces or chunks.

Ghee vs Chaunk - What's the difference?

ghee | chaunk |


As nouns the difference between ghee and chaunk

is that ghee is a type of clarified butter used in south asian cooking; usli ghee while chaunk is (cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking.

Oil vs Chaunk - What's the difference?

oil | chaunk |


As nouns the difference between oil and chaunk

is that oil is while chaunk is (cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking.

Asafoetida vs Chaunk - What's the difference?

asafoetida | chaunk |


As nouns the difference between asafoetida and chaunk

is that asafoetida is a resinous gum from the stem and roots of a wild fennel ( while chaunk is (cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking.

Mustard vs Chaunk - What's the difference?

mustard | chaunk |


As nouns the difference between mustard and chaunk

is that mustard is a plant of certain species of the genus brassica'', or of related genera (especially ''sinapis alba , in the family brassicaceae, with yellow flowers, and linear seed pods while chaunk is (cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking.

As an adjective mustard

is of a dark yellow colour.

Chhonk vs Chaunk - What's the difference?

chhonk | chaunk | Alternative forms |

Chhonk is an alternative form of chaunk.


As a noun chaunk is

(cooking) a garnish made by frying mustard seed, asafoetida, and other whole spices in oil or ghee to release the flavours added to soups, curries, etc, at the end of cooking.

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