In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(dish)curry masculinevegetable curry — verduras al curry feminine
- Sampling my companion's chicken korma dish - a mild curry with almond sauce and coconut butter, I was very impressed.
- Malays eat rice with fish or meat curry and vegetables cooked in various ways.
- Go to someone's home when they've offered to cook a curry and there's something slightly wrong about it all.
- Next week they'll be serving up sushi, oysters, satays, vegetarian and meat curries.
- We go to eat at a vegetarian curry house in the Indian neighbourhood; on the street people hang out in front of the Bollywood cinema.
- Lunch consists of rice served with vegetable and meat curries and sauces such as sambol, a spicy mixture of grated coconut and chili, peppers, pickles, and chutneys.
- He orders the Kukhurako maasu, which is a chicken curry cooked with vegetables.
- The foods served in the Balti pan are freshly cooked aromatically spiced curries.
- It is generally acknowledged that Thai curries burn the palate intensely, but briefly, whereas other curries, with strong spices, burn for longer periods.
- There was enough beef left for a curry or a tagine, but I didn't have the time for developed flavours.
- Vegetables which I bring home to cook authentic Thai curries are full of spice and aroma.
- There are over 150 recipes, including a variety of meat, seafood and vegetable curries and other spiced dishes.
- When I first visited I was eating the curry and naan with my fingers and Munir, the owner, asked me where I was from.
- They can be used interchangeably to complement curries and simply cooked meats, fish, and poultry, such as in our chicken salad.
- The traditional Sri Lankan meal is served with all dishes on the table at once: rice, fish and meat curries, soup, vegetables and accompaniments.
- The royal dish is prepared by cooking a mixture of rich meat or vegetable curry with partially cooked rice.
- My mother was at her wits end with lentil bakes and vegetable curries.
- The lamb curry and vegetable biryani that followed suffered by comparison, seeming just a little vague and hesitant.
- Side dishes range from boiled vegetables with a piece of dried fish to fried and stewed dishes including meat curries.
- Nutritionally spiced up with vegetable curry, I see this as a decent compromise when convenience is key.
2curry masculinebefore noun curry powder — curry masculine
- curry sauce — salsa de curry
1preparar al currycurried chicken — pollo al curry masculine
- Also, while it sounds like curried grain leather would work, I cannot find it used in this context, so I can't recommend it either.
- The hide was first stretched on a variety of different frames, depending on the type of leather to be curried.
2(groom)(horse) almohazar→ favor
- Wiping sweat from his face at the end of class, he led the horse to his stall, giving him a good rubdown and currying his mane and tail as well as brushing his body.
- Heaven help the poor kid who had to go in there, muck the floor, and curry the horse.
- Every horse and mule when in use is curried in the morning before taken from the stable and at 12 o'clock; also at night when they appear unusually sweaty and fatigued.
- With superb quickness she curried off the horse, who's winter coat had yet to shed out.
- Now he had to curry all the horses, and to clean out their shoes.
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