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ba·ta·ta

 (bə-tä′tə)
n.
A type of sweet potato having somewhat dry, bland, yellowish to white flesh, used as a staple food in many tropical countries. Also called boniato, camote.

[American Spanish, perhaps of Taíno origin.]

batata

(bəˈtɑːtə)
n
(Cookery) another name for sweet potato
[C16: from Spanish, from Taino]
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In addition, hot mezze such as Sawda Djej (chicken liver), Beef Soujouk, Lamb Makanek, Batata Harra and grilled items such as Riyach Ghanam, Lahmeh Chekaf and Taouk, all served with fresh baked bread, offers diners a chance to eat and mingle in a superb musical setting.
Situacion parecida fue reportada con niveles de inclusion de 50% de mandioca y combinaciones de 25% de mandioca mas 25% de batata (Ipomoea batatas) donde se recomendo incluir mandioca en un 50% de la dieta, por presentar, si bien algo inferiores, niveles de conversion alimenticia cercanos al alimento testigo (2) .
A friend who recently visited Portugal told us that in Portuguese the aloo is called batata, in the same way that Maharashtrians say batata wada.
1 brecol * 1 boniato o batata * 2 cebolletas blancas * 2 cucharadas de aceite de oliva * sal gorda Crema de queso: * 150 ml.
Menu options include dips served with homemade flatbreads, spicy Lebanese potato batata harra, house salad, falafal and marinated chicken kebabs, and slow-cooked lamb.
For starters we had hummus, moutabel, baba ghanoush, tabouleh, and fattoush followed by lamb shank ouzi, Dawood Basha that is meatballs braised in tomato sauce, Batata Harra or spicy potatoes, Sawda Djej , that is chicken liver with pomegranate, and Dajaj Tajine that is chicken stew with olives and lemon confit.
Silagens de cultivares e clones de batata doce para alimentacao animal visando sustentabilidade da producao agricola familiar.
L'artiste, qui a debute sa carriere dans les annees 1980, a edite une dizaine d'albums dont [beaucoup moins que] Ur neslib ara [beaucoup plus grand que] (On n'est pas fous), [beaucoup moins que] Yir argaz [beaucoup plus grand que] (L'homme sans scrupules) et [beaucoup moins que] Tatti batata [beaucoup plus grand que] (La parlotte).
En Venezuela el cultivo de la batata se produce tradicionalmente de forma manual y mecanizada en pequenas y medianas explotaciones agricolas, con la utilizacion de niveles bajos de aplicacion tecnologica que impiden una produccion masiva y generan un bajo consumo en comparacion con otros rubros dentro de las raices y tuberculos (Ortega y Marcano 2000).
Servir--a presenca diversificada de granulos de amido, de conformidade com milho, batata doce e leguminosa (possivelmente feijao) no pote 18, aliado a sua morfologia (prato) e ausencia de fuligem sao indicacoes seguras de sua funcao de servir.
If you are not on a guilt trip already, you could also add their batata harra or cubes of golden sauteed potatoes with coriander and garlic.