brothy


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brothy

(ˈbrɒθɪ)
adj, brothier or brothiest
of or resembling broth
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Researchers are focusing on the absence or inadequate level of influential flavor compounds in fat-free cheddar cheese as the key to attaining consumer acceptance or limiting brothy flavor.
SERVES 6 to 8 TIME 21/2 hours A fragrant, brothy pile of chewy couscous, spicy vegetables, and tangy-sweet onions: Move over, turkey
The fourth peak had a highest score in meaty-like and brothy categories.
But where his mom would braise pork shoulder for a brothy meat adobo, Luym chooses a quick-cooking cut of beef and finishes it with a seasoned glaze.
NOTE: Pelmeni, available frozen at Russian markets, are meat dumplings, usually served boiled in a brothy soup.
Brothy soups, curries, hot chili condiments, and raw and cooked vegetables are mainstays of home cooking.
The weather stays brothy all year with an average annual temperature graph even flatter than its topography.
Greek yogurt whey offered a distinct potato flavor, and acid casein had both brothy and animal flavors.
50 to just PS5, it's a rich brothy mix of peppery spice, herbs and dark fruit flavours that's well worth a try at the discount price.
A few toasty croutons on top sop up the brothy goodness without me resorting to downing an entire baguette.
Soon we were unwrapping and tasting one light, fresh morsel after the other, along with brothy beans and rice, fresh salsa, and sips of tequila punch.
As his fellow friars burst out laughing, the inquisitor becomes enraged, "sentendo trafiggere la lor brodaiuola ipocrisia" ("sensing their brothy hypocrisy transfixed" Dec.