brothy


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brothy

(ˈbrɒθɪ)
adj, brothier or brothiest
of or resembling broth
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Nadiya says, 'I was raised on fish curry, so brothy, flavourful fish is right up my alley.
This recipe takes a bit of time to make, but with every brothy spoonful you'll know it was well worth it.
I wasn't expecting a hot brothy pot to figure into this line of tropes, but here it is: chicken soup for summer.
Demand for chicken soup as a brothy tonic to comfort sore throat, cough, and cold has been on a rise in countries with severe winters.
BROTHY BEANS WITH ROASTED GARLIC & PARMESAN RIND INGREDIENTS Serves 6-8 1 pound dry white beans, soaked for two to four hours (it will speed up their cooking time and help them cook more evenly).
BROTHY BEANS WITH ROASTED GARLIC & PARMESAN RIND INGREDIENTS Serves 6-8 1 pound dry white beans, soaked for two to four hours it will speed up their cooking time and help them cook more evenly).
O'Quinn [42] reported that MUFAs, such as lauric acid (C12:1), myristic acid (C14:1), C16:1, and C18:1n9, were all positively correlated with overall flavor desirability (beefy, browned/grilled, brothy, buttery, and sweet flavors), and negatively correlated with bloody/metallic, grassy, gamey, livery, fishy, and sour flavor intensities, which can impart bad flavor to the beef.
For dinner, bastillas, savoury-and-sweet pies of flaky dough, generally made with chicken or pigeon; and, most memorably, tangia, a Marrakechi speciality like a tagine but cooked in a different sort of pot (think urn rather than circus tent), and more brothy, flavoured with ras el hanout and preserved lemon.
It also provides a unique umami (brothy or savory) taste and flavor to green tea infusion.
You cannot go for an Italian meal and miss out on the deliciously brothy rice dish with meat, vegetables, and lots of butter.
In Manhattan chowder, you would use tomatoes, not milk, while Rhode Island chowder is strictly brothy. Traditionalists should read no further.
SOFT Use in miso and other brothy soups and stews, curries, and tofu scramble, or batter and pan-fry.