In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
USpepinillo en vinagre al eneldo masculine
2pickles — encurtidos masculine
3British(relish)condimento a base de encurtidos en una salsa
- Acid foods have a pH of 4.6 or lower They include fruits, pickles, sauerkraut, jams, jellies, marmalades, and fruit butters.
- Jam, jellies, marmalades, candies, fruit syrups, squashes, chutney, pickles, ketchup and sauce are in the menu.
- Stews, roasts, and casseroles with vegetable, salads, sour pickles, and sauerkraut make up the usual main course.
- Indian groceries also carry many prepared ingredients, such as paneer cheese and the chutneys, curries and vegetable condiments called pickles that can be used to spice up grilled chicken or fish.
- Don't forget our great range of cakes, tarts and bread, free-range hen, duck and goose eggs and home made pasta sauces, pickles and preserves.
- Association traders from across the county will be selling some of the county's finest fare, including cheeses, chutneys, pickles, wines and beers.
- Limit condiments, such as mustard, ketchup, pickles and sauces with salt-filled ingredients.
- You just can't beat a cheese and pickle sarnie can you?
- He also has a unit in an industrial park on the hill where he makes his chutneys and pickles.
- A short stroll through the aisles of the average food hall reveals a bewildering variety of mustards, relishes, sauces, pickles and assorted creams, pastes, chutneys, jellies and condiments from all over the world.
- Selina began to scrap her two scrambled eggs onto the brown meat pattie that had been smothered in ketchup, mustard, pickles, lettuce and mayonnaise.
- When cold, mix in salt and curds as required and serve with any pickle or chutney of your choice.
- There were also chips of all kinds, vegetables, pickles, cut up fruit, and fresh homemade bread.
- But most of all, they want a larder, stocked with jellies and jams, pickles and preserves.
- Other vendors offer a line of preserves - jams, jellies, relish, pickles and salsa have proved to be popular.
- The unripe fruit is used extensively in India and elsewhere in SE Asia for making chutneys, pickles, and relishes of various kinds.
- I regularly took her coffee and a crusty roll with cheese and pickle, which she loved.
- She also admitted that she rarely cooks a meal for herself - and if she does it is likely to be cheese on toast with pickle.
- The company produces 150 million bottles and jars a year of products such as cooking sauces, pickles, ketchup, brown sauce, pickled onions and beetroot.
- Nevertheless, the favourite is still good old-fashioned cheese and pickle with more than half of the people asked choosing this filling.
4to be in a (pretty) pickle — estar metido en un lío / en un berenjenal informal
1(vegetables) conservar en vinagre(vegetables) conservar en escabeche Chile(vegetables) encurtir(shellfish) escabechar
- The large amount of sugar in the cooked fruit acted like the vinegar pickling brine to help preserve freshness.
- Portuguese garlic pork is highly spiced pork pickled in garlic and vinegar.
- Usually, it's fried, pickled in vinegar and spices and served cold.
- She thought about this as she pickled some cucumbers for the winter.
- He was pickled in a barrel and the story is that Mary helped to do this.
- The salmon they carried from Berwick was boiled, pickled in brine and delivered in barrels known as kitts.
- Mint was grown and pickled in vinegar by the Romans, who introduced the plant into England.
- When most people think of herring, they picture it in smoked strips, or maybe pickled in large jars.
- He says: ‘We sell the whole of the beast from the tongue, which is pickled in the shop's own brine tub, all the way to the oxtail.’
- They are tiny flower buds from Mediterranean shrubs, which are usually pickled in brine or sea salt.
- To reduce waste, Wendy has begun pickling the mushrooms they don't sell.
- To lightly pickle the cucumber, finely slice it and toss with salt, sugar and lemon juice.
- As you recall, when we pickle cherries or watermelon rinds, we add a little sugar.
- They are hand-picked at the beginning of the summer, to be pickled in vinegar and enjoyed as a condiment or in salads.
- Either kind is eaten with red cabbage pickled in vinegar.
- Young buds were pickled in vinegar or brine with silphium and cumin.
- The best-known dressing-up dish is kimchee, vegetables pickled in sweetish but mostly hot red chili paste touched with garlic and ginger.
- The buds are picked before they start to open, and pickled in vinegar.
- Food-grade lime may be used as a lime-water solution for soaking fresh cucumbers 12 to 24 hours before pickling them.
- Influenced by the cooking style in neighbouring cities, especially in Ningbo, where people are skilled in pickling seafood in wine, Shanghainese also show great interest in dishes like pickled shrimps and crabs.
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