In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1aceite de oliva masculine
- The waiter sprinkles on crystals of Maldon sea salt and then dribbles very hot olive oil on top.
- Heat half the butter, olive oil and thyme in a frying pan, and brown the bird lightly on all sides.
- Mix the red wine vinegar, olive oil and grated Parmesan to produce a thick dressing.
- Grape juice can be made into wine, and olive oil can be used for cooking and bathing and in oil lamps.
- Drizzle with olive oil, and season with salt, pepper and the finely chopped chilli.
- Heat the remaining olive oil in the pan and cook the onion for 5 minutes until softened.
- Rose and Ruth explain how olive oil follows the same geographical pattern of change as wine.
- Season the red mullet fillets with salt and black pepper and lay them in the hot olive oil.
- Serve hot from the pan, or leave to cool and serve it tossed in a little extra olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
- Brush the tuna lightly with olive oil and grill or pan-fry on one side until coloured.
- I have been cooking potatoes in olive oil and then topping them with cheese for years.
- Transfer to a bowl and stir in the vinegar and olive oil, adjusting flavours to your taste.
- Brush the langoustine with a little extra olive oil and grill on the barbecue until cooked.
- Brush the cut sides with olive oil then bake for about 5 minutes until it begins to crisp.
- Far better to bake cubes of ciabatta drizzled with olive oil in the oven for a much lighter finish.
- Mix the lemon juice and olive oil then season it lightly with salt and pepper.
- The extra virgin olive oil is a deep green and tastes almost good enough to consume on its own.
- Crush the garlic into a good helping of olive oil, lime juice, basil leaves and honey.
- Most olive oil lovers are aware of the problems that induced Manni to create his own oil.
- Here I toss them with feta that has been marinated in olive oil and both fresh and dried herbs.
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