In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
(savory)bola de masa que se come en sopas o guisosapple dumpling — manzana al horno, envuelta en masa
- I remember making oatcakes, apple dumplings, stuffed tomatoes and jam.
- But Japanese food is not only about sushi, it's also about noodles, soup, fish, tofu, dumplings and tempura, for a start.
- Drain the passion fruit dumplings from the liquid and reserve at room temperature.
- When he asked if he could have some dumplings or apple fritters, I hit him in the face with my shoe.
- People snack on whatever's around: noodles, wontons or steamed glutinous dumplings wrapped in fragrant leaves.
- They also do traditional Taiwanese dumplings, boiled or grilled, and these are home made and apparently their most popular dish - it's like a little bit of Taipei in York.
- ‘The apple dumpling cheesecake has a whole apple pie mixed into it,’ a guy at the counter told me, as if that were the most natural thing in the world.
- In between there are cakes, biscuits, croissants, flapjacks, crackers, batter, dumplings, puddings and sauces, all made from cereal flour and all containing gluten.
- For dessert, why not try the hot clootie dumplings with prune and Armagnac ice?
- The most common are fruit dumplings (made with plums or, in winter, preserved apricots) served with grated farmer cheese and bread crumbs browned in butter, with sugar sprinkled on top.
- There are two choices of sweet - peanut butter ice cream with syrup or cinnamon dumplings with caramel syrup.
- I ordered a potful of chrysanthemum tea and a batch of the fried pork dumplings.
- Sweet renditions of bread-like dumplings, filled with fruit and poached in syrup, are also common in these parts.
- The recipe suggested that we should have the dessert while the dumplings are warm and the filling inside is melted (well, the dumpling dough will harden as it cools, so it is better eaten warm anyways).
- Wonton, dumplings, steamed buns, noodles, soybean soup - I love them all.
- We chose traditional Chinese dumplings fried and boiled to accompany the main dishes and the potatoes in soybean sauce, which were delicious.
- A place to restore body and soul over huge steaming bowls of noodles swimming in broth and shiny black bento boxes of sushi, dumplings and tempura, washed down with reviving miso soup.
- The home-made desserts are supreme, in particular the clootie dumpling, bread and butter pudding and rhubarb crumble and custard.
- Appetizers include Spring Rolls, dumplings, Deep fried Wontons, a selection of salad rolls and even a Pan-Fried Turnip Cake.
- We managed to speak enough Chinese to order ourselves lunch - 2 plates of dumplings, fried rice and a couple of beers.
- A typical sweet dumpling includes a typical ‘midnight snack’ consumed during mahjong parties, and is also associated with playing cards into the wee morning hours.
- Other possible ingredients for a more substantial dish with added texture include pasta, dumplings, croutons, beans and pulses.
- Pelmeni, available frozen at Russian markets, are meat dumplings, usually served boiled in a brothy soup.
- If Bea's starter and main course were marginally better than mine, her tasty Drambuie-sodden trifle was comfortably eclipsed by my mouth-watering clootie dumpling and custard.
- There is life beyond fruit cake, clootie dumpling, and meat casseroles although you wouldn't know it in my highland shop where there is little fresh fruit on display but there is always a good supply of dried fruit.
- Jacket potatoes are now becoming the preferred option to chips, pasta salads have replaced stew and dumplings, and beef burgers have made way for chicken tikka.
- Both Chiao and Sharipov have requested a special take-out of dim sum dumplings and fried rice for their Christmas meal.
- And now, thanks to the generous nature of Yorkshire folk, she knows a lot about apple dumplings, pikelets and rabbit patties too.
- This is followed by a light meal of bread, fried plantains, or fried dumplings and a hot drink early in the evening.
- It was cooked slowly on the fire, and then Dad made a suet dumpling the size of the pan, and we really gorged ourselves.
- The array of homemade treats continues with veal aspic, red beans, eggplant caviar, as well as different variations on dumplings like pelmeni, pierogis, and vareneki.
- The stern and wild leitmotif was underlined with a hefty and very pleasant fruit dumpling in butterscotch sauce to finish.
- The finished dumplings can be boiled in a saucepan of water for about 40 minutes or can be added to casseroles, soups or stews for the equivalent time before the end of the cooking period.
- This time around, I felt like making desserts dumplings, and researched the sweet gnocchi possibilities.
- Everywhere you look outside, there are turrets and spires, while inside the tearooms serve Clootie dumplings (a rich, steamed fruit pudding).
- His simple tastes showed themselves in other ways: he took to drinking a thin soup for Elevenses, preferred mashed potatoes over anything fancy, and seemed to love nothing more than apple dumplings for dessert.
- Vicky was particularly keen on the dim sum, which consisted of the Chinese dumplings, spinach wonton, Peking ravioli and mini-spring roll, served with a spicy soy dip and sweet chilli sauce.
- Vicky was too full for pudding, but I was helpless to resist the clootie dumpling and custard.
- If the thought of minestrone with pesto dumplings gets you hot under the collar, then there's a bowl with your name on it.
- Noodle dishes and soups are popular, as are boiled dumplings, shuijao, prepared with crabmeat in addition to the usual pork and leek stuffing.
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- It wouldn't be so bad if I wasn't so short, but I end up looking like a dumpling, or a pudding.
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