Glossary R

The food glossary +++ 'Repolyo', 'Rauchfleisch', 'Rava Payasam'
Rye Whiskey refers to a liquor which is made from a minimum of 51% rye as required by the American law. Straight ryes are from a single distiller, while blended ryes are a combination of several straight ryes.

Radis is the French for "small red radish" which is often used as a salad ingredient.

Radis Noir is the French for large black radish, often served with cream, as a salad.

Rafraîchi is the French word which means cool, chilled, or fresh.

Rookworst refers to Dutch smoked, juicy and mild sausage which is usually served with Stamppot , a very down-to-earth meal consisting of mashed potatoes with varying ingredients like carrot (Wortel Stamppot), kale (Boerenkool Stamppot) or endive (Andijvie Stamppot).

Red cabbage is a member of the cabbage family with a red to purple, round head. It adds color to salad and very good for pickling. Moreover, it is a red or purplish cabbage that is more mild and sweet flavored than other cabbage. It has a round, solid head and is popular for adding color to salads and stir-fries. Red cabbage is a popular winter side dish, slow-cooked Red cabbage is an ideal accompaniment to rich meats, especially pork and game. To blanch red cabbage: take a large pan of salted water and bring it to a fast boil, tip in the chopped or sliced cabbage and keep the heat high. The cabbage should cook within 3-4 minutes, and still have a bite to it. When blanched in boiling water, the leaves and cooking water turn an inky blue, which reverts back to maroon after a dash of vinegar is added. Pickled red cabbage in spiced vinegar with its sweet, tart flavor makes a good match with British cheeses . Red Cabbage is available year-round. It is very low in Saturated Fat and Cholesterol. Likewise, it is a good source of Thiamin, Riboflavin, Folate, Calcium, Iron and Magnesium, and a very good source of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Vitamin B6, Potassium and Manganese. Red cabbage is known as Purple cabbage. In German as Rotkohl or Blaukraut and in India, it is called Lal Gobhi.