Traducción de breadfruit en Español:

breadfruit

Pronunciación /ˈbrɛdˌfrut//ˈbrɛdfruːt/

nombrePlural breadfruits

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    fruto del árbol del pan masculino
    • People also enjoy salads and fruit desserts of mango, papaya, breadfruit, and pineapple.
    • Finally, she says, it's exciting to have had first-hand experience with tropical agriculture by sampling breadfruit, taro, fresh coconut milk, and lychees just picked from a tree.
    • Madi delved back into her bag and came up with three breadfruits.
    • Among the island's abundant fruits are bananas, mangos, breadfruit, guavas, plumrose, coconuts, passion fruits, and pineapples.
    • Pacific Islander cuisine includes numerous types of fish, fresh fruit like bananas and coconut, breadfruit, cassava (a starchy plant), and sweet potatoes.
    • Since food knows no boundaries, here's to breadfruit and star fruit, polenta and perogies - it's all there to be discovered.
    • I have been carrying some breadfruits for her in the last two weeks as she and her family love roast breadfruit as much as we do here at home.
    • Resembling a small breadfruit, noni comes from a hardy tropical shrub that grows with weed-like abandon from Tonga to Thailand.
    • Starches include various kinds of yams, dasheen, eddos, bananas and plantains, sweet potatoes, and breadfruit.
    • We lunched at Black Point, on smoked herring, vegetables, breadfruit, and the most unforgettable coconut dumplings, all provided by our good Sailor.
    • The nearby trees tower another 15 or 20 feet overhead, their breadfruits and coconuts dangling almost within reach.
    • The agricultural sector is made up of cattle ranches and small farms producing coconuts, breadfruit, tomatoes, and melons.
    • The starch component, which is referred to as ‘real food,’ is usually taro, yams, sweet potatoes, or manioc but may consist of tree crops such as breadfruit, bananas, and nuts.
    • In Jamaica, where there's no Thai food available, she might use breadfruit or yams.
    • There may not be many people of my age who are still around and remember the old days when a hops bread the size of a large breadfruit sold for one penny and two could be purchased for three cents, and it was even cheaper by the quart.
    • Stories of Marco Polo and lasagna made with flour ground from breadfruit have found their way into the quest for lasagna's origin.
    • These animals have fed only on the finest tropical fruits (mangoes and breadfruit are their favourites).
    • Native-grown breadfruit, mango, soursop, pawpaw, and cashews are regarded by some locals as less desirable food.
    • The locals there made wine from cashews, sugarcane, carrots, grapefruit, breadfruit, pineapple, and mangoes, to name only the ones I encountered.
    • Farmers can harvest avocados, bananas, breadfruits, mangoes, and oranges, as well as medicinal plants, rubber, and timber.