In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(meat) correoso(meat) duro(meat) latigudo Chile coloquial(toffee/candy) masticable
- Clever use of lemon juice, vinegar, fresh pepper, and chewy meats can compensate for the shortcomings of ordinary wines.
- He peeled back the wrapper carefully and took a bite from the end of the chewy chocolate bar, munching thoughtfully on it.
- She sat at the table enjoying the soup filled with large chunks of meat and soft chewy vegetables.
- They have a chewy texture not unlike meat and, since they are basically tasteless, you can flavour them any way you like.
- I prefer to use brown rice for this recipe because I think it is delicious with its nutty, chewy texture.
- Buy some chewy onion flatbread to nibble alongside, and serve a crisp Riesling and icy lemonade to sip.
- The musky, earthy flavour and almost chewy texture of the mushrooms contrast perfectly with the creamy rice.
- Heavy, chewy food such as red meat can soften that sensation.
- The whole dish was far from disappointing, but some of the meat was incredibly chewy.
- Today wild rice with its nutty flavour and chewy texture is considered a delicacy, often served as part of gourmet meals.
- Before dinner was even served, we had devoured a basket of chewy bread and a bottle of unlabeled wine.
- It was the kind with the hard outside and then a thick but slightly chewy fruit flavored middle.
- This slice is chewy and irresistible: you just have to have another piece!
- I ended up picking out the crab avocado centres and rejecting the chewy rice.
- It was a kind of stew that seemed to consist entirely of chewy meat and flecks of vegetables.
- They can be sweet or savoury, and range in texture from soft, ephemeral desserts to chewy confectionery.
- They bought a large bag of the delicious chewy candy and continued on to their final destination.
- The chewy grains of rice are covered in a milky pudding to create a smooth taste.
- It's made with chewy fruit, onion, eggs and bits of pork cooked up with cassava.
- The result is a rich, thick soup with a large portion of tender pork leg, bamboo shoots, mushroom and chewy pork tendon.
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