Roasted

  • (adj): (of meat) cooked by dry heat in an oven.
    Synonyms: roast

Some articles on roasted:

List Of Korean Dishes - Beverages
... sweet rice beverage Yujacha (유자차) - citron tea Bori cha (보리차) - roasted barley tea Oksusu cha (옥수수차) - roasted corn tea Hyeonmi cha ... are roasted and then ground to be added to water ...
Siu Yuk
... Siu yuk (roasted pig, Chinese 燒肉 Jyutping siu1 juk6) is a variety of siu mei, or roasted meat dishes, in Cantonese cuisine ... Roasted pigs of high quality have crisp skin and juicy and tender meat ...
Chunchullo
... In Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, however it is usually roasted ... and Chile In Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay is known as chitterlings and are typically roasted ... It's roasted and eaten with boiled potatoes or mote ...
The Unseen Bean
... Leary, blind since birth, started selling roasted coffee in 2004, and opened the retail café in March, 2007 ... Leary, who is also an advocate for the disabled, advertises "blind roasted coffee" to rouse interest in prospective customers ... He gauges when the coffee beans are roasted by smell and hearing ...
Roasted Piglet
... Roasted piglet or pečenje (pech-EH-nyeh) in Serbian is a Serbian-Montenegrin national meal ... Despite the common translation of "roasted piglet", other varieties of pečenje include sheep (lamb, mutton), beef, veal, goat and chicken, and unlike roasts in many other cultures, Serbian pečenje is often ... carcass is washed, cleaned and seasoned liberally with salt, it is roasted whole, either on a spit over an open fire or coals, or in a big stone oven ("furuna" or "peć" in Serbian) ...

Famous quotes containing the word roasted:

    After all, it is putting a very high price on one’s conjectures to have a man roasted alive because of them.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)

    Hail, hail, plump paunch, O the founder of taste
    For fresh meats, or powdered, or pickle, or paste;
    Devourer of broiled, baked, roasted or sod,
    And emptier of cups, be they even or odd;
    All which have now made thee so wide i’ the waist
    As scarce with no pudding thou art to be laced;
    But eating and drinking until thou dost nod,
    Thou break’st all thy girdles, and break’st forth a god.
    Ben Jonson (1572–1637)

    Surely, of all creatures we eat, we are most brutal to snails. Helix optera is dug out of the earth where he has been peacefully enjoying his summer sleep, cracked like an egg, and eaten raw, presumably alive. Or boiled in oil. Or roasted in the hot ashes of a wood fire.... If God is a snail, Bosch’s depictions of Hell are going to look like a vicarage tea-party.
    Angela Carter (1940–1992)