Traducción de suet en Español:

suet

sebo, n.

Pronunciación /ˈs(j)uːɪt//ˈsuət/

nombre

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    sebo masculino
    grasa de pella femenino
    • The suet in suet cakes is rendered, or cooked, so it becomes less prone to melting and spoiling, and then is made into pressed cakes.
    • However, instead of suggesting his film star friends stick to their egg-white omelettes and leave his suet pastry crusts alone, Roddam decided to do something completely different.
    • We laugh now at Mrs. Beeton's quaint terminology and the way she'd suggest,‘Take two pounds of flour, a pound of shredded suet and a dozen eggs.’
    • The traditional Scottish delicacy is made from a lamb or deer's stomach stuffed with offal such as the lungs and heart, suet, oatmeal and seasoning.
    • Try putting some suet in an onion bag, tying it to a tree branch and see what happens.
    • Mincemeat is not difficult to make, especially if you use ready-made suet.
    • It is important to mix peanut butter with other ingredients such as cornmeal, suet, or oats, as it is possible for birds to choke on pure peanut butter.
    • Mix the flour, suet and a pinch of salt together in bowl.
    • Standard ingredients are flour, breadcrumbs, suet, dried fruit, eggs, treacle, spices, sugar, and milk, with a raising agent and often with some apple or carrot.
    • In a large mixing bowl, mix together the flour, suet and coriander, and add enough cold water to form a soft dough.
    • Insect-eating birds go for suet and peanut butter; seed eaters prefer sunflower seeds, millet and mixed birdseed.
    • Use suet or specialty suet cakes with added berries or peanuts to attract woodpeckers, chickadees, titmice, Carolina wrens and wintering warblers.
    • Often accompanied by a soup or broth, these types of dumplings can be made with a base of anything from potatoes, semolina, farma, or even suet or meat.
    • Try grains, nuts, flour and cornmeal in your suet, too.
    • Today I watched as two young Carolina wrens waited for mom or pop to feed them some delicious white stuff that you and I call suet.
    • The dogs had been kept in the dark shed, no heat, no light, no evidence of food, apart from a few pieces of suet and bone in a bucket outside.
    • Today's pies are made from the sweeter ingredients and usually contain shredded suet, raisins, sultanas, apple, and candied orange and lemon peel.
    • They were invited to sample haggis, the national dish of Scotland - that spicy mix of offal, suet and vegetables, delicately encased in sheep's intestines.
    • And traditionally many do use suet instead of butter.
    • The sugar and flour in this dish have very little nutritional value, but studies suggest that the saturated fat in butter and suet is not a major cause of weight gain or heart disease.