Translation of rind in Spanish:


cáscara, n.

Pronunciation /raɪnd//rʌɪnd/


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    (of lemon, orange) cáscara feminine
    (of lemon, orange) corteza feminine
    (of cheese) corteza feminine
    (of bacon) piel feminine
    (of bacon) borde masculine
    • But I was allowed to watch as she guided the long blade through the cantaloupe's golden-netted rind to the cutting board.
    • This cheese has a bloomy rind and a fluffy, mellow center.
    • Place the orange and lemon rinds, cloves and cinnamon sticks into a piece of 100% cotton cheesecloth.
    • Be careful to only get the outer rind, not the bitter pith.
    • The " fried pork chunks " were genuine pork rinds, crunchy and salty!
    • As you recall, when we pickle cherries or watermelon rinds, we add a little sugar.
    • Grate the rind from the two large oranges and squeeze out the juice.
    • Traditional additions to such a risotto would include finely grated lemon rind, and freshly picked peas with lots of black pepper.
    • Prepare the chicken glaze; heat the lemon rind, juice and honey in a pan until it caramelizes.
    • The fruit has a thick, greenish yellow rind.
    • The yucca root is often served with pork rind and greens and sold at roadside stands.
    • You can leave out left over food such as bacon rinds or hard cheese.
    • Lavender buds make wonderful smelling sachets, as do dried citrus rinds and dried flowers.
    • Think of perfectly ripened pineapple chunks, minus the labor of carving away the tough rind.
    • So you look in the genes for the effect you're after - in this case, a thin rind, no seeds, and sweeter flesh - then you target those traits.
    • He was sucking a lemon, but had finished it and threw away the rind, folding his arms across his chest.
    • Sean says grated lemon rind adds a delicious sweet and sour taste to the berries.
    • This deliciously deep fried pastry has dates, orange and lemon extract, anisette, chopped nuts, orange rind, and lemon rind.
    • Those were the melons she served on the fancy white plates with the silver rims, a generous quarter pre-sliced along the rind so we had only to cut off chunks with our spoons.
    • She had been in the middle of a very interesting story about the origin of pork rinds, when she looked up and found that Sorcha and Davie had fallen asleep.
    • Made in 8-ounce rounds, the cheese has a distinctive orange-colored rind, the result of a special aging technique.
    • It's a strong aged cheese with a pale orange rind.
    • As a young man, Manet sailed to Brazil on a cargo ship and was asked by the ship's captain to paint the rinds of rotten cheese so it could be sold in the port.
    • But scientists have known that calcium - just as it helps keep bones strong - also helps melon rind maintain firmness that protects the fruit against spoilage.
    • The bacteria colonise rinds and seep into the paste to produce cheeses that are tangy or spiky, creamy or grassy.
    • Add the lemon zest and simmer until the rinds are soft, about 10 minutes.
    • Remove the rinds from the bacon and chop it finely.
    • Among the other varieties with natural rinds are semi-hard cheeses like British farmhouse Cheddar, Cheshire and Gloucester.
    • Remove the cheese rind, and transfer the soup to a blender or food processor.
    • Hand cheeses come in lots of different shapes, with a wide range of flavours from delicate to strong, and variously coloured rinds.