brothy


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brothy

(ˈbrɒθɪ)
adj, brothier or brothiest
of or resembling broth
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A growing segment of illegal ocean harvesting includes shark fins to feed an demanding market in the Far East where the fins are used in brothy soups as a delicacy.
You cannot go for an Italian meal and miss out on the deliciously brothy rice dish with meat, vegetables, and lots of butter.
I added a little polenta to my brothy corn and clam soup toward the same end, and to reinforce the corn flavour.
SOFT Use in miso and other brothy soups and stews, curries, and tofu scramble, or batter and pan-fry.
Beautifully illustrated, the recipes range from Brothy White Beans with Garlic and Rosemary; Roasted Nightshade Salad; Planked Artichokes with Lavender-Rosemary Crumbs and Miso Butter; Spaghetti with Slow-Roasted Cherry Tomatoes and Skillet Onions; Barbecue-Braised Collards and Chickpeas; to Potato-Only Frittata with Smoky Sweet Pepper Sauce; Blackberry Tofu Pud; Cranberry-Caramel-Baked Apples with Honeyed Mascarpone; Rhubarb-Apple Crisp with Hazelnut Streusel; and Robin's Mushroom Conserva.
Founded in the 1100s by Zen masters returning from China, the tea gardens of Uji and neighboring Wazuka have given their name to ujicha, a green tea prized throughout the country for its delicate vegetal notes and brothy, umami flavor.
Sure, it's a sushi restaurant, but more importantly, every Monday Goichi's offers a ramen menu stocked with a long list of brothy beauties.
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.
The consistency will be quite brothy, so if you fancy a thicker texture, use a hand blender and puree a little soup in the pan to thicken it.