In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Cocina(taste) a pimienta(taste) (hot) picanteit's too peppery — sabe demasiado a pimienta
- Then, for zest, add a snippet or two of something peppery like arugula, mustard, or cress.
- While the chef had been generous with the chicken pieces, the dish was bland - warm and peppery rather than a genuine curry.
- The presence of this peppery spice in his diet should bring health-boosting effects in the long term.
- Once in the mouth, elegant and effortless waves of nuts, red fruits and peppery spice roll over the palate and stay long after the finish.
- Galangal is a gingery, peppery spice favored in Southeast Asian cooking, and it gives the soup an exotic kick, like a delicate, Malay version of lobster chowder.
- It was a red wine, flavoured with ginger, cinnamon and grains of paradise (a peppery spice from tropical west Africa) and sweetened either with honey or (if you could afford it) with sugar.
- I liked it even without the peppery sweet barbecue sauce, but the sauce was good, too.
- ‘The first sensation on the tongue is spicy, or peppery,’ offers Gregory.
- It was cold and damp in the lock-up and the sharp, peppery smell of cats filled the Italian's nostrils.
- All Scottish bakers who make the bun have their own spice mix, and flavours range from strong peppery versions to milder cinnamon-flavoured ones.
- A tender baked half chicken cut into pieces, drizzled in peppery barbecue sauce, costs $3.50.
- Other sea food choices include seared red snapper, steamed flying fish served with crab meat on a bed of local pilaf rice, or grilled Cajun swordfish dished out with a peppery pineapple-melon salsa.
- This burger couldn't be any meatier, but there's some subtlety here that elevates it to dinner-worthy: a peppery, sweet glaze; a switch to poultry; and that bun!
- Rich and juicy aromas of ripe plum and black cherry with mild peppery scents offer mild flavours of clove before a rip-roaring juicy fruit bursts through leading to ripe yet firm tannins taking you on a long finish.
- Don't be afraid of this peppery dish, it isn't that spicy after all.
- The dark green, leafy vegetable has a pungent, peppery flavor.
- This sauce, usually made with herbs and peppercorns, isn't spicy but loans a piquant, peppery flavour to the tender morsels of chicken.
- The red partner to the white Grillo grape is this smashing and deeply seductive, Syrah-based red heaving with the sort of robust, earthy, tannic, peppery spice that cries out for big January food.
- It has small, pointed, dark green aromatic leaves that have a herby, peppery flavour and are delicious in bean and pulse dishes.
- In the same vein, we know that real pesto, literally denoting ‘paste’, is a marvellous, heady mix of pounded sweet, peppery basil, sea salt, garlic, cheese, pine nuts and olive oil from Liguria.
- This cheese usually has tangy, piquant, spicy and peppery flavor.
- All of these Asian greens are tender and succulent, but flavors vary from mild and clean to sharp and peppery.
- It arrived, aromatic strips of grilled meat on a mound of arugula with a crisp baked potato and a drizzle of peppery olive oil.
- The initial attack is warm, but not hot, and the tequila immediately fills the mouth with spicy, peppery flavors.
- To partner spicy or peppery dishes, New World Cabernets and Merlots generally stand up better than their European equivalents.
- I lit it with a match and inhaled peppery gas strongly.
- The Cabernet Sauvignon punches above its weight with brambles, dark chocolate, vanilla and peppery spices.
- His eyes, which are palest aquamarine, are steely, his nose is strong, and he smells all clean and peppery.
- What goes wrong here is that the bubbles magnify the peppery heat of the spices and your tastebuds may wilt under the attack.
- However, this is a place to enjoy pure Guizhou flavour, which is also renowned for its peppery dishes.
- My wife gave her benediction to a helping of striped bass, doused in peppery Indian spices and sautéed in fillets small enough to be eaten with chopsticks.
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