In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1EEUU(bollo dulce hecho con huevos) mollete masculino
- Split the baps, buns or muffins horizontally, dip their cut sides in the cooking juices in the grill pan then pile on the chunks of pork.
- He had two English muffins for breakfast, as he always did.
- For serving, muffins are toasted back and front and then split with the fingers by easing them apart at the joint all the way round.
- Toast the muffin slices lightly on both sides and butter them.
- She makes some bread, or muffins, or flat cakes, and we eat them with juice or with water.
- Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Toast the English muffin in the toaster.
- ‘Split muffin filled with your choice, topped with cheese and toasted to perfection’ -- so said the menu.
- I like to make fresh soda bread, scones and muffins, and some American visitors request pancakes for breakfast.
- There were no crumpets to be had, and the hot buttered muffins were tepid and rubbery.
- For toasting, pull the muffins apart and toast on both sides.
- To assemble, toast the split muffins lightly on both sides.
- You can then squeeze out the roasted garlic onto crackers or an English muffin.
- Split the muffins or ciabatta and lightly toast or grill the insides only.
2Britanicobollo de pan que suele servirse tostado
- As he regained his breath, he could smell the blueberry muffins and another familiar pastry baking in the kitchen.
- As every baker knows, a muffin is a small cake that rises above its metal container.
- Use it to replace cornmeal in recipes for cornbread or for corn muffins.
- I have a pretty good idea what it will be like, since I have tried low carb muffins, chocolate cake, crisps, chocolate and breakfast snacks.
- Or complement your protein shake with a fat-free bran muffin to add another 5-7 grams.
- Trans fats are in everything from chocolate bars, cookies, cakes, muffins, crackers, chips, French fries and the list goes on.
- For simple fare, try sugar cookies, doughnuts, muffins or coffee cake with coffee and cocoa or hot spiced cider.
- Anything too easy to make at home such as muffins and regular cakes will not sell as readily.
- Shredded or chopped zucchini blends seamlessly into a variety of dishes from soups and stir frys to moist cakes and muffins.
- A waitress came over and I ordered a hot chocolate with a blueberry muffin.
- Homer should eat a whole-grain muffin instead, or at least add fresh fruit.
- There is a wide range of sandwiches, quiches, home-made pies, salads, muffins, cakes etc. and very reasonable prices.
- They also transform cakes and muffins into delightful sweet treats - as in the following recipes.
- Prairie people welcome the first rhubarb of the season to use in cakes, pies, muffins, jams and relishes.
- Bake the muffins for about 20 minutes, or until domed and nicely golden.
- When doubled over and obsessing about banana chocolate chip muffins, the last thing on my mind is yoga.
- We are sending you a Guide with 10 tips to combat constipation and a special low-fat pumpkin bran muffin recipe.
- Or combine candied and raw ginger in muffins, cookies and spice cake.
- And they are invariably foods high in calories, like muffins and cookies and cakes.
- Today he's been in her favorite coffee shop and learned what she got everyday; a large black coffee and a blueberry muffin.
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