In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- Small pods mean they are very young, still crisp and fresh - immature mangetout wilt easily.
- Reduce the heat and add curry paste, beans and mangetouts, mushrooms, sprouts, stock, sugar and basil.
- The dishes came with nicely cooked baby potatoes, carrots and mangetout.
- Along with our meals came a dish of vegetables offering small tastings of cauliflower, broccoli, mangetouts, carrots and a larger helping of new potatoes.
- ‘Absolutely delicious’ was the verdict as she worked through bean shoots, mushrooms, carrots, mangetout, broccoli, choi and fennel.
- Try sliced shitake mushrooms, a handful of beansprouts, sliced mangetouts, cooked egg noodles and fresh crab meat.
- To turn them into a meal, serve with rice and steamed mangetout or broccoli.
- Place the wok over a high heat and add the carrots, mangetout, red pepper and the noodle cooking liquid.
- A petit flan of onion formed an island in a lake of light, frothy green-pea potage, topped with fresh broad beans, mangetouts and more peas.
- Mix the sugar, soy, rice wine, vinegar and sesame oil, and lightly toss the mangetout in the dressing.
- She was trying not to listen as Mrs Mitchels started on some anecdote - one she told every time - about eating mangetout in November.
- Throw in a couple of snap peas and mangetouts so that the children discover they can eat the pod as well.
- I also had a side of mangetout and fresh peas, served with butter and salt and pepper.
- The mangetout are also cropping faster than we can pick them.
- The next day, the remaining beef was sliced and marinated in soy, rice wine, garlic, sesame oil and cornflour, then tossed in a hot wok with soaked Chinese mushrooms, bamboo shoots, bean sprouts and mangetout, as in today's recipe.
- Steam the shredded cabbage and mangetout for only one minute.
- Side orders included mangetout and asparagus, which was a very welcome change from the norm.
- Add the garlic and mangetout, and toss over high heat for a minute.
- Immediately stir in the rice, followed by the onion, spring greens, broccoli and mangetouts.
- Then throw in the mangetout and red pepper and stir-fry for one minute.
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