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

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chaunk

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Alternative forms

* chhaunk * chounk * chonk * chhounk * chhonk

Noun

(en-noun)
  • (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.
  • See also

    * (wikipedia "chaunk")

    chaunt

    English

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