Glossary G

The food glossary +++ 'Garaetteok', 'Galunggong', 'Ghoraibi'
Guisantes is the Spanish word for "peas". In the Philippines, peas called Guisantes are avaiable in cans. So far, I have not seen fresh peas, if we want to use peas, we buy the canned peas Guisantes is one of the Spanish words being used in the Philippines to refer to peas, too. It can be spelled as Gisantes.

Gurr refers to a Sherpa dish made of raw potatoes, pounded with spices, then grilled like pancakes on a hot, flat stone. Then ground and mixed with milk, tea or water. Sherpa are member of a people of Tibetan stock living in the Nepalese Himalayas, who usually serve as porters on mountain-climbing expeditions. They are well-known for their skill in mountaineering.

Gravad lax or Gravlax) is a Scandinavian dish of salmon pickled with salt, sugar and dill, it may be served think or thickly sliced, usually with a slightly sweetened sauce of mustard and dill on rye or crispy crust bread

Gravlax also refers to cured salmon; sliced and cured salmon in dill and spices. It is usually served with Gravlaxsas, a dill and sweet mustard sauce.

Please see Gravlaxsas.  

Picture below in Gravlax which was served to us during one of our brunch in Germany.

 

Gaeta Olive refers to a small Italian olive with similar flavor as Kalamata, with a purple-black flesh

Grümmel Kandis refers to a variety of German candy sugar that has been broken into small pieces. It is highly aromatic and has a strong caramel flavor. , Grümmel Kandis is an absolutely multi-talented sugar variety. Grümmel Kandis are ideal for baking honey cakes, gingerbread and Printen, a kind of biscuit and a specialty of Aachen, Germany and for decorating biscuits.

Genovesini refers to a kind of pasta; short lengths of thick tube pasta, cut diagonally on each end.