In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Cookingrallargrated cheese — queso rallado masculine
- However, I always have a dish of finely grated hard cheese to sprinkle over.
- Clean, peel and grate potatoes and red apple, place into a large bowl of cold water and allow starch to exit the potatoes.
- The tomatoes were freshly cut, the cheese was freshly grated and the dried oregano and olive oil beautifully brought out the different flavours.
- You can also grate the crumbs by hand using a cheese grater.
- These are sponge-cake cubes coated with chocolate and grated coconut.
- Place all dried fruits, grated apple, mixed peel, cherries, rinds and juices into a large mixing bowl and pour over the brandy/rum and essences.
- A popular dessert is grated banana cooked in sweetened coconut milk.
- Traditional additions to such a risotto would include finely grated lemon rind, and freshly picked peas with lots of black pepper.
- Remove from heat and stir in 3 tablespoons lemon juice, 2 teaspoons grated lemon rind and 1 tablespoon butter or margarine.
- I used half a head of savoy, finely shredded, and one finely grated carrot.
- Three generous slices of ham, grated cheese, tomato, cucumber and lettuce left me well satisfied.
- Finely grate the orange and lemon zest into the cheese and sugar then beat until mixed.
- Depending on age and skill level, many children can grate cheese, shred lettuce, mix batter, and more.
- Try adding chopped herbs, grated lemon and orange rind, pesto, saffron, paprika, different mustards, spices, olive paste - anything as long as it tastes good.
- Slice the onions into half-moons, grate the ginger, grate the garlic, slice the leek into thin rounds.
- You can even make gougères, or cheese puffs, by omitting the sugar and adding grated cheese to the dough.
- When required to make plum pudding, the chefs would draw out measured quantities of the mixture and add fresh apple and grated carrot, besides spices such as cinnamon, cardamom and nutmeg.
- The sauce includes ground beef, tomato paste, garlic powder, eggs, grated cheese, and a dash of curry powder.
- For an extra treat, you can add some grated cheese or chopped tomatoes to the stuffing.
- I spent the evening cooking the meat, heating the refried beans, grating cheese, shredding lettuce, chopping vegetables and frying the tortillas.
2(scrape)she grated her nails on the blackboard — rascó la pizarra con las uñas
1(irritate)ser crispanteto grate on sth
- his voice grates on the ear — su voz hace daño al oído
- his laugh really grates on my nerves — su risa me crispa los nervios
2(make harsh noise)chirriarthe chalk grated against the blackboard — la tiza chirrió en la pizarra
- A fire was burning in the grate, sending the chill from the air.
- The only light came from, of all things, a fire burning merrily in the grate.
- We were met by Bob's wife and welcomed as though we had got there on time. There was a lovely coal fire burning in the grate, which had been kept ‘banked up’ all day pending our arrival.
- A small fire burning in the grate made one feel welcome.
- There was a fire burning in the grate, a miraculous thing.
- A fire burned merrily in the little grate, below a shelf of yellowing pictures, portraits, landscapes.
- Some people may opt for electric or gas heaters, instant warmth, but nothing beats the smell and atmosphere of logs burning in the grate, on the barbeque or on a camp fire somewhere.
- To have a log fire in the house may be beautiful if it is burning safely in the grate, but if it is burning merrily on the lounge floor the house could be burned down.
- I look up from the fire grate where the last papers brown and curl.
- When everyone seemed to be looking the other way, Mr Wright slipped into another room and took off his outfit, and then he quietly returned to the fireside where only a very small fire burned in the grate and sat down.
- They were back home in the drawing room in Bloomsbury, with the countryside burning in the grate and the curtains drawn.
- A bright, hot Monday morning and a warm fire burns in the grate of Guides Farm.
- They stripped out the fireplaces in the drawing-room and second bedroom, and replaced the former with an art deco-style grate framed by mosaic tiling and a granite hearth.
- For instance, in a period decor Victorian grates are popular while for modern tastes there is a vast range of controllable fires in a variety of styles and finishes.
- The floor was of stone, covered by the largest Turkish rug she had ever seen and, to the rear of the hall, a log fire crackled and burned in its enormous grate.
2(metal frame)rejilla feminine
- Always place food on the cooking grate with tongs or a spatula.
- The first thing you'll see are the cooking grates.
- Place them on the cooking grate, directly over the coals (which should be white hot).
- She opened a grate at the top of the ladder and disappeared again.
- The cells themselves, sealed by metal grates, were humid and filthy.
- Food is prepared on a metal grate placed over a container of charcoal.
- He removed the ventilation grate aside, allowing himself to slide back onto solid ground again.
- He tossed the heavy iron grate aside and pointed into the gaping hole of darkness.
- The windows to the building are covered with mesh grates, the doors locked.
- Half-way through rolling it, something peculiar revealed itself: a metal grate in the floor.
- Looking ahead of him, he saw a ventilation grate fall from the ceiling.
- There was a steel grate in the ceiling about three feet by three feet.
- Remove this grate and you will find a ladder descending approximately 100 feet into all-consuming darkness.
- Steel grates are significantly stronger than the concrete being used and safer for the general public.
- Who can forget that famous scene of her standing over a subway grate?
- Jonathan, however, was busying himself with a grate in the floor.
- Unfortunately, he could also see it was blocked off by an impassable steel grate.
- Back then, they still had the old grate in the floor.
- He progressed gingerly towards the gauze grate in the grimy iron girdered floor and was careful not to get too close as he peered into the gloom below.
- The lock came off in his hands, and he pushed open the grate.
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