In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(noise)masculine crujidomasculine chisporroteo
2.1(crisp pork rind)
- I'll never stop eating meat, especially the crackling off roast pork.
- And the yard-long pork crackling is totally worth crossing town for.
- There was a blast of a c-sharp, a child's cry and the smell of pork crackling on the breeze.
- And if it was a pork roast we'd get a huge slab of delicious crackling and a dollop of apple sauce.
- The pork was delicious and the huge slice of crackling was something else.
- I changed my diet a whole back to avoid things I knew to be pure fat like chicken skin and crackling off pork.
- It also had a delicious layer of crispy golden crackling attached.
- Pour off the fat and cracklings and put them in the fridge.
- It was a magnificent roast with lovely crackling, succulent and juicy.
- Plenty of tender, pink meat, with the original touch of being cooked into crispy crackling on top.
- Again, the meat was tender and its base was covered in a strip of crispy crackling, the top coated in a sage and onion stuffing.
- Gratons, also known as cracklings, were made of pig skin.
- Rendered crisp and brittle, this delicacy can have all the fun of seaborne cracklings.
- Roast loin of Cumbrian pork with crisp crackling carved over a salad of vine tomatoes, Aegean olives, feta cheese and olive oil.
- His head filled with visions of tender roast pork with crispy brown crackling, he set off down the street.
- The skin crisps to crunchy cracklings, and the meat melts with juicy tenderness.
- It has crisp, golden crackling and tender, juicy meat.
- A roast seems right somehow, be it a piece of velvety beef or a joint of golden pork with its glistening coat of crackling.
piel crujiente y tostada del cerdo asado
2.2cracklings pluralUS Cookingchicharrones masculine
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