In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(sweet pepper)pimiento rojo masculinopimiento colorado masculinopimentón rojo masculino Río de la Plata América del Surpimentón colorado masculino América del Sur Río de la Plataají morrón masculino Río de la Plata
- He draws two olives above the horizontal line, and shades everything but the pimentos.
- Couscous, a dish made with granulated seminola grains, is usually topped with mutton, veal, or beef and a variety of vegetables such as tomatoes, turnips, and pimentos.
- Best of all perhaps, were four ‘burnt cream pots’ flavoured, respectively, with wild mountain sorrel, red pimento, verbena and saffron honey.
- I actually did not know this about pimentos, thinking them only as olive stuffing.
- Pimentón is made from pimientos that are grown locally, and then slowly dried over an oakwood fire.
- They found that the 10 most inhibitory oils were derived from thyme, cinnamon, bay, clove, almond, lovage, pimento, marjoram, angelica, and nutmeg.
- The pimientos rellenos for €6.90 consisted of oven-baked peppers stuffed with spiced lamb and almonds.
- Black pepper is used sparingly, but fresh cilantro, thyme, oregano, onion, garlic, pimento, and tomato are fundamental ingredients in the preparation of meats, soups, and vegetable hashes.
- Combine chicken, onion, cream of chicken soup, sour cream, milk, mushrooms, pimentos, garlic, pepper, parsley and poultry seasoning in large bowl; mix well.
- My meal began with a pickled quail egg touched with mashed black truffles, and a little pot of mashed Cheddar cheese and pimentos, served with toast points arranged on a silver rack.
- The soil is good for pimento, and there's still some grown on the property.
- , asked Rex, ‘I can make you a pimento cheese sandwich.’
- Jonathan and his team can be seen in the open kitchen whipping up modern dishes - tortellini of lobster and truffle, Moroccan spiced lamb rump with stuffed pimento.
- Otherwise known as bell peppers, capsicum and pimento, sweet peppers are natural partners to Provençal vegetables such as courgettes, aubergine and tomatoes.
- Here, you can ride a tour wagon through acres of banana, coconut, pimento and other crops.
- Your choice of peppers may have been limited to bell, pimento, or banana.
- That evening in Yegen I ate a marvellous cazuela a stew of rice, potatoes, green vegetables, meat, tomatoes, pimentos, onions and garlic, powdered almonds and saffron, named after the pot it is cooked in.
- Meanwhile, process pimentos and lemon juice in a food processor for 30-45 seconds, until a sauce forms.
- Mash cheese, pimento, mayonnaise, and hot pepper sauce in a small bowl with a fork until well combined.
- A main course prepared by students from the Trisakti School of Tourism consisted of stewed beef stuffed in pimentos, served with mashed sweet potatoes, a perfect treat for food lovers.
2(allspice)pimienta de Jamaica femenino
- Spices such as pimento or allspice, ginger, and peppers are used commonly in a number of dishes.
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