At BiryaniKabab, a few dishes are cooked in a unique cooking pot called a karahi. Used in Indian and Pakistani cooking, a karahi (also spelled karai - both pronounced the same "ka-rai") is a type of thick, circular, and deep vessel (similar in shape to a chinese wok). It is useful for shallow or deep frying of meat, potatoes, sweets, and snacks such as samosa and fish, and for simmering of stews (which may also be called "karahi").
Karahi are traditionally made out of cast iron, although other materials like stainless steel and copper are sometimes used, and non-stick varieties of karahi do exist.
The dishes that are joined with the word "karahi" have often been thought to be associated with the word because they are commonly made/prepared in the cooking pot. Examples of these dishes include mutton karahi, chicken karahi, gosht karahi to name a few.