Glossary J

The food glossary +++ 'Jing leed', 'Jintan putih', 'Jalebi'
Jordbaer is the Norwegian term for "Strawberry". Strawberries are mostly eaten on hand or as a basic ingredient of a dessert, pastry, sorbet, or toppings for cake . Available during the spring and summer months in Europe.

Jari Booti is Urdu for "Herb", a plant that is valued for flavor, scent, or other qualities. Herbs are used in cooking, as well as for herbal medicines, and for spiritual purposes. Urdu is the national language of Pakistan

Jurelitos is the Spanish word for small horse mackerels which are made into several dishes like, Jurelitos Fritos, Jurelitos en Escabeche . Jurelitos are usually served as Spanish "Tapa". Jurelitos is also called Jurel or Jureles which usually refers to little fried fish (horse mackarel) eaten whole.

Jamon Iberico de Bellota refers to one of the top Spanish cured meat made from the hocks of Pata negra pigs. The meat is streaked with sweet, nutty fat and it gets is characteristic flavor from a combination of the pig's all acorn diet and their moderate active life roaming free-range through the oak forests on the Spanish-Portugal Border

Jeruk Purut refers Kaffir lime eleaves in Indonesia which is also known as Daun Jeruk Purut and used in all sorts of Indonesian dishes. If you are planning to plant one, choose the variety where the young leaves are of a blood red colour. This is the variety used in Indonesian cooking. There is also a variety where the young leaves are yellow green, but the flavour of this variety is distinctly different. The leaves can be stored in the freezer.

Jambon Persille refers to jellied ham which is one of the specialties of Burgundy Region of France. Jambon Persille is made from chunks of ham layered in aspic and chopped parsley that are jellied together and served chilled.