Some articles on spice, spices:
... kabab - Skewered pieces of meat marinated in spice ... kebab, made of cubed chicken marinaded with yogurt and spices ... comprising just the minced meat and the spices ...
... Mughlai food is known for its richness and exotic use of spices, dried fruit, and nuts ... as they are called have lots of milk and cream with spices to make rich and spicy meal that is the reason why Mughlai recipes are rich in fat, carbohydrates and proteins ... Awadhi food does not use over a hundred spices as some claim, but use a handful of uncommon spices ...
... Ash is a kind of soup which are prepared with bouillon, various vegetables, carrot, noodle and spices ... mixture of meat, split pea, onion and various spices ... is a kind of Dolma filled with meat, garlic, almonds and spices ...
... Bisi bele bath - rice cooked with dal, vegetables and spices like Huli with rice, but often richer Vaangi baath - cooked rice mixed with vegetables cooked in oil and spices the vegetables are usually made into ... chitranna - cooked rice flavoured with raw green mango and spices Nimbekaayi chitranna - cooked rice flavoured with lemon and spices Avalakki - Akki (means rice), avalakki is baked flat rice that is soaked briefly and ...
... such as salt, sugar, onion, garlic, citric acid, additional lemon flavor, cayenne pepper, and other spices ... Herbs and spices Herbs Angelica Basil Basil, holy Basil, Thai Bay leaf Bay leaf, Indian (tejpat) Boldo Borage Chervil Chives Chives, garlic/chinese Cicely Coriander leaf (cilantro) Coriander ...
Famous quotes containing the word spices:
“And silence her six
Her spices and core
And slice her apples, and find her four.
Continuing her part
Of the worlds business.”
—Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)
“He looked like the love thoughts of women. He could be a bee to a blossoma pear tree blossom in the spring. He seemed to be crushing scent out of the world with his footsteps. Crushing aromatic herbs with every step he took. Spices hung about him. He was a glance from God.”
—Zora Neale Hurston (18911960)
“Genuine polemics approach a book as lovingly as a cannibal spices a baby.”
—Walter Benjamin (18921940)