Scotch broth


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Scotch broth

n
(Cookery) Brit a thick soup made from mutton, lamb, or beef stock, vegetables, and pearl barley
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Noun1.Scotch broth - a thick soup made from beef or mutton with vegetables and pearl barley
soup - liquid food especially of meat or fish or vegetable stock often containing pieces of solid food
Translations
zöldségleves gerslivel
References in classic literature ?
Capital Scotch broth, my dear," said Sir Pitt, "though they call it by a French name.
The evening started with a glass of bubbles followed by a delicious supper of Cullen Skink, Scotch Broth, trifle, Cranachan and biscuits and cheese.
Originating in Scotland but now recognisable worldwide, traditional Scotch broth contains barley, stewing or braising cuts of lamb, root vegetables, and dried pulses.
In those lost days, my old mother ladled a superb Scotch broth, which sustained me and my friends through many challenging afternoons in the pub - discussing the merits of Socialism and Capitalism, whether there was a God, whether The Kinks were better than The Beatles, and the prospects for Tranmere Rovers that Friday night.
Andrew's Day, our official national day," says Ryan Wadell, the head chef of the Dubai-based Social Reform and Grill where he is creating a 'special' menu for the day to include classics such as Scotch Broth, Haggis Neeps and Tatties, Scottish Smoked Haddock and Salmon Fish Pie.
Near the border with North Wales there's a place where people have their chips with SCOTCH BROTH.
Loftus's full-page and smaller color photos pepper nearly every page while dishes such as Frozen Pea Puree and hearty lamb and barley Scotch Broth will prove easily accessible to home cooks.
My favourite soups were the Butternut Squash & Sweet Potato (so creamy), Garden Pea & Mint (loved the contrast of sweet peas and tangy mint), Scotch Broth (with a generous amount of chunky beef, vegetables and pearl barley) and the Hearty 3 Bean Soup.
Also on offer are Scotch broth, smoked haddock and salmon fish pie and cranacan for dessert; a piper will be accompanying dinner throughout the evening.
This includes Scotch broth with slow-cooked beef shank, haggis, neaps and tatties with a malt whisky sauce and venison fillet medallions with bacon and vegetables.
The gourmet night will feature traditional haggis, neeps and tatties alongside Scotch broth with beef, a malt whisky sauce, and venison with bacon and vegetables.
Old favourites are rolled out – stovies and scotch broth.