The food glossary +++ 'Sitaw', 'Seonji', 'Sampinit'
mustard greens in peanut oil, flavored with scallion and ginger.
sugar-butter cookie that melts in the mouth.
sauce . In Japan, there are a number of different forms of shoyu, which are differentiated on the basis of ingredients and fermentation technique.
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Sacher Torte / Sachertorte: Sacher Torte is a German term meaning a rich chocolate cake. Likewise , Sacher . . . Read More
Sahnesteif refers to a food product used for stabilizing whipping cream; a stabilizer for whipping cream. . . . Read More
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Trifle refers to a fruit juice or liquor soaked sponge cake covered with layers of fruit, jelly, custard . . . Read More
Sirniki or Syrniki refers to a Russian tasty dessert - a small fried cake filled with farmers' cheese . . . Read More
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Pastry bag refers to a bag used for piping food decoratively. They are commonly used for decorative frostings . . . Read More
Whim-wham: Whim-Wham is a Scottish dessert with whipped cream and white wine and grated lemon peel that . . . Read More
Blot Kaker refers to Norwegian creamy dessert of alternate layers of sponge cake, fresh or preserved . . . Read More