moreish


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moreish

(ˈmɔːrɪʃ) or

morish

adj
informal (of food) causing a desire for more: these cakes are very moreish.
Translations

moreish

[ˈmɔːrɪʃ] ADJapetitoso

moreish

adj (Brit inf) these biscuits are very moreishdiese Plätzchen schmecken nach mehr (inf)
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The Great British Bake Off won't have a look in with this Mediterranean delight - a textured, slightly crunchy, zesty cake that's very different but totally moreish.
A complex wine that tastes of peach and lime but has a moreish, creamy texture in the mouth.
Toffee apple, banana and lightly smoked bacon flavour in the taste, very moreish.
It was plenty for two and there seemed to be an endless supply of the moreish bread.
They're delicious, cheesy and moreish, and we guarantee even the most hardened of meat eaters will be satisfied.
Corfu Kebab House owner Faruk was happy to explain the cooking and preparation process and all in all it was very moreish and easily gets top marks for a lovely meal with no frills or pretensions.
The flavour is outstanding, and very, very moreish," comments Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, founder, The Black Farmer.
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I didn't opt for the dosa and regretted it as this really is a magnificent dish, and justifiably a Dabbawal signature: spicy potatoes, curry leaves and onions rolled in a crispy pancake and served alongside a deliciously moreish lentil dhal.
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Marvellous) and a couple of the predictably moreish (group dance ensemble and the man-band singing Les Mis).