In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(bread) ázimo(bread) sin levadura
- It is marked by the eating of matzah, unleavened bread, and by the celebration of an elaborate Seder on the first two nights (in Israel, on the first night only).
- A variety of unleavened breads like naans, rotis, and parathas are also widely eaten.
- A typical meal would be rice or khichri (rice cooked with lentils and spices) or paratha (an unleavened bread made from wheat flour and fried in oil).
- ‘Keep dreaming,’ he laughed, wincing and taking a bite of the unleavened bread drizzled with honey.
- The smell of cooking meat is everywhere, as skewers, made to order, are thrown onto the searing plates to be cooked to perfection, while unleavened breads do their thing alongside.
- But what we really noticed was the bombardment of aromas that almost overwhelmed us; recently brewed strong syrupy coffee, freshly baked unleavened bread and something else, something delicious.
- The menu rotates daily, with three curry dishes as well as vegetarian fare, and what Indian course is complete without naan and other unleavened breads, hot from the oven?
- Shops opened, selling bags of spices and nuts, and at least one bakery was producing fresh, unleavened bread in a wood-fired oven.
- Seven days thou shalt eat unleavened bread, and in the seventh day shall be a feast to The Lord.
- Her name means happiness, but she is a widow with five children who makes ends meet by washing clothes for the neighbourhood and preparing injera, the unleavened bread prepared today as it was 1000 years ago.
- Breakfast is a light meal consisting of fresh unleavened bread, tea, and perhaps butter, white (feta-style) cheese, and jam.
- The standard diet of the Marathas consists of flat, unleavened bread with pulses and vegetables.
- In Argentina we do pork, chicken and fish accompanied by salad, potato salad, tomatoes, unleavened bread and beer and wine.
- Such items as stew, unleavened bread, and fried foods are common, whereas leavened breads and broiled foods, are not.
- A staple of the Afghan diet is a flat, unleavened bread cooked in clay ovens.
- Imagine having to feed your entire family; children, parents, yourself, maybe eight or nine people, on a few slices of unleavened bread.
- For one thing, it was unleavened bread, as yeast wasn't added to dough until the Egyptians accidentally dropped a few pieces into the mixture.
- In drier parts of India, their staple diet consists of various unleavened breads, pulses, and vegetables.
- Flour is made into unleavened bread called roti.
- Grains are ground into flour and made into unleavened bread (flat bread, without any ingredients to make it rise), which is baked in mud ovens.
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