Translation of macaroni in Spanish:


macarrones, n.

Pronunciation /ˌmakəˈrəʊni//ˌmækəˈroʊni/


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    macarrones masculine
    • Mom had really gone all out: chicken, green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy, macaroni and cheese, salad, and bread.
    • I helped him with dinner: hamburger patties, macaroni and cheese.
    • This effectively ended all lunchtime reminiscences of macaroni and cheese.
    • This means that it must have been dry pasta, professionally made, indicating in turn that macaroni was well established as a food.
    • If there's any food left over from supper, then I might fry that up - bits of macaroni or potato.
    • How did meat loaf and macaroni and cheese and green beans get to be Southern?
    • Drain the pasta or macaroni, then return it to the saucepan.
    • A French table is likely to have on it a cauldron of vegetable soup, complete with carrots and chard and tiny pasta shapes such as macaroni.
    • I still carry around a hankering for bread and dripping, steamed pudding, and sweet macaroni, but I know they will do me no good, so I avoid them.
    • Good macaroni cheese needs pasta with big holes, such as traditional long macaroni or, failing that, rigatoni, that the creamy luscious sauce can seep into.
    • Sometimes for days or weeks in a row they serve the same food, like macaroni, corn dogs, small burgers, and cheese pizza.
    • They are eating either macaroni and cheese or hamburgers and French fries, but they eat a lot of junk food and do not get adequate amounts of phosphorus.
    • For two people, you need about 6oz of macaroni (or you can use any similar-sized pasta).
    • There's artichoke asparagus ravioli, linguini bolognese, macaroni and cheese, and asparagus risotto.
    • Starch-based entrées such as macaroni and cheese and burritos are often the worst offenders, since by their nature they contain no vegetables at all.
    • He stood in line and got some fried chicken, mashed potatoes, gravy, coleslaw macaroni, baked beans, and a roll.
    • The pastas include lasagne, spaghetti, tagliatelle, macaroni, tortellini and capellini, so you're not going to get much more Italian than that!
    • You can also use soy-based mayonnaise and light vinaigrette dressings in potato and macaroni salads and coleslaw.
    • The current issue has recipes for monkey bread, macaroni and cheese and pulled pork, and several that use Jell-O.
    • Combine cheese sauce with cooked macaroni; stirring over medium heat.