clotted cream


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clot·ted cream

(klŏt′ĭd)
n.
A thick cream made primarily in England by heating milk until a layer of cream forms on its surface that is then cooled and skimmed off. Also called Devonshire cream.
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clotted cream

n
(Cookery) Brit a thick cream made from scalded milk, esp in SW England. Also called: Devonshire cream
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clot′ted cream′


n.
a thick, rich cream made by gently cooking whole milk and skimming off the layer of cream from the top. Also called Devonshire cream.
[1875–80]
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clotted cream

- Cream made thicker and richer by cooking.
See also related terms for thicker.
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clotted cream

A very thick cream which can be spread.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.clotted cream - thick cream made from scalded milk
cream - the part of milk containing the butterfat
Britain, Great Britain, U.K., UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom
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Translations

clotted cream

[ˌklɒtɪdˈkriːm] N (Culin) → nata f cuajada
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clotted cream

nSahne f (aus erhitzter Milch)
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clotted cream

[ˌklɒtɪdˈkriːm] n (Brit) → panna rappresa (ottenuta per riscaldamento)
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References in classic literature ?
He made up his mind to eat less, but unfortunately it was not possible to carry out this brilliant idea when he wakened each morning with an amazing appetite and the table near his sofa was set with a breakfast of home-made bread and fresh butter, snow-white eggs, raspberry jam and clotted cream. Mary always breakfasted with him and when they found themselves at the table--particularly if there were delicate slices of sizzling ham sending forth tempting odors from under a hot silver cover--they would look into each other's eyes in desperation.
You can trifle with your breakfast and seem to disdain your dinner if you are full to the brim with roasted eggs and potatoes and richly frothed new milk and oatcakes and buns and heather honey and clotted cream.
It just burst out because all at once I couldn't help remembering that last big potato you ate and the way your mouth stretched when you bit through that thick lovely crust with jam and clotted cream on it."
Traditional Afternoon Tea - [pounds sterling]12.95 per person: Selection of sandwiches, scone with clotted cream and jam and a selection of bite sized cakes.
Serve with the pudding and a dollop of clotted cream, or custard.
Top tier features dainty triangle sandwiches, crusts off naturally, made using the lightest, softest white bread, with smoked salmon and cucumber filling and cream cheese, with cress garnish; freshlybaked raisin and plain scones came with clotted cream and raspberry preserve.
But he appeared to prefer a new clotted cream flavour.
Purbeck Ice Cream from Lower Scoles Farm in the rolling hills of Purbeck Dorset is celebrating after winning two much-desired one star Gold Great Taste Awards for its utterly natural Clotted Cream ice cream and the totally addictive Honeycombe Hash ice cream.
Enjoy a selection of sandwiches, prawn cocktail, scones, jam, clotted cream and scrummy cakes, plus a glass of Champagne, for pounds 25 per head, from 2pm-6pm.
The puddings are incredibly tempting with, on my visit, for example, a delicious summer pudding with clotted cream or toffee meringue.
Anyone who has had the privilege of partaking in England's teatime probably has enjoyed the standard fare at almost any hotel or tearoom in which freshly baked scones, some sort of fruit preserves, and the singular thick, creamy, golden clotted cream are served with a pot of tea.
Clotted Cream, a defection from Newbury on Saturday because of the lively ground there, will find her preferred surface in the Plantation Handicap (4.35).