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Word: condiments

Definition: seasonings; spices


Sentences Containing 'condiments'

A popular way of eating Korean barbecue is to wrap the meat with lettuce and add condiments such as - "pajori" (spicy scallion salad) and "ssamjang" (a spicy paste made of "doenjang" mixed with "gochujang").
Chamoy refers to a variety of savory sauces and condiments in Mexican cuisine made from pickled fruit.
For "Triple-O" sauce, it has been reported that, as the condiments used in the restaurants came in large containers, the excess dill pickle juice was swirled in the depleted mayonnaise jars, this mixture was then put into the depleted ketchup containers, then adding relish from the depleted relish containers, to which was added the juice and residue from the slicing of tomatoes, adding the resultant mixture to a commercial Thousand Island dressing.
Old El Paso is a brand applied to a range of Mexican-style foods, including dinner kits, tacos and tortillas, sauces, condiments, rice and refried beans.
Optional ingredients such as processed cheese, bacon (With the exception of South Africa), mustard, guacamole or jalapeño peppers may be added upon request. Regional and international condiments include BBQ sauce and salsa.
Spreads are added to food to provide flavor and texture, and are an integral part of the dish, i.e. they should be distinguished from condiments, which are optional additions.
The advertisement claimed that the condiments were all rotated 180° to accommodate southpaws.

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