In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(aroma) penetrante(taste) ácido
- The result is a soft-textured, juicy length of cassava with a tangy flavour.
- One of my favorite ginger uses is in this tangy salad dressing that's a cinch to make.
- The company's executive chef suggests anchoring your lunch with this tangy salad.
- I loaded a couple up with sweet and tangy beetroot salad, and suggested to a waiter that this must be a typical Finnish combination.
- As the dish is rich, I find it needs a tangy green salad to accompany it.
- Master chefs have their hands full preparing a variety of delectable dishes with zany flavours and tangy tastes.
- This sort of starter is nearly always a success, with plenty of tangy flavours to whet the appetite.
- Made from a Jamaican herb, the red juice was both tangy and a little sour.
- The lamb in this dish is cooked tender inside and a bit crispy outside and the sauce is tangy without being too spicy.
- My salad was a taste explosion, with the tangy blue cheese, rich ham and tasty peppers fighting for attention.
- Two large wedges of cheese nestled among a salad of mixed leaves on a tangy raspberry sauce.
- There was also a somewhat spicy red sauce on the side, adding to the fresh, tangy flavours.
- Poured over them was a very tasty, tangy barbecue sauce, which contained mushrooms.
- I chose the tabbouleh salad, a tangy mixture of tomatoes, onions, parsley and couscous.
- What was that delicious smell, at once tangy and spicy and somehow very Italian?
- She could feel the wind blowing against her neck and smell the tangy scent of the ocean drifting on the breeze.
- The beef was tender and combined well with the tangy sharpness of the black bean and lengths of spring onion.
- My chicken curry looked appetising and the sauce was suitably tangy, with a welcome kick mellowed by the flavour of lime.
- As the door opened and closed I could smell warmth and food and smoke on the tangy sea air.
- The soft clam absorbed much of the tangy, garlic flavour, but was not so savoury.
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