also: (British English) savoury adjective
- 2 (not sweet)(pancake/snack)I like savory things
saladome gusta lo saladoExample sentences
- Leanne imagined thin, crispy crust smothered in sweet yet savory tomato sauce, warm cheese, pepperoni, and succulent mushrooms.
- Maple syrup is no longer relegated to its standard role of sweetening pancakes and waffles; this versatile ingredient adds flavor to both sweet and savory dishes alike.
- In general, most of the salt we consume is not added during cooking or at the table, but comes from processed foods such as bread, cheese, savoury snacks, breakfast cereals and ready-meals.
- 3 (wholesome) (usually with negative) his activities don't seem to be very savorysus actividades no parecen ser muy limpiasit doesn't make very savory readingno es una lectura muy sanaExample sentences
- I don't, frankly, think the Royal Family did look on them as particularly pleasant or savory people.
- But the task was becoming a less savory one, the world was annoying him at every turn.
- The most savoury of the paintings (if I can use that word without coming across as prudish) are a series of nudes done from life in South Africa.
- (Botany, Cookery)ajedrea (feminine)Example sentences
- Harvest culinary and medicinal herbs like lemon balm, mint, French tarragon, summer savory and basil before they go to seed.
- Together with dill, sorrel and summer savory, parsley was one of the herbs grown in every garden.
- Certain herbs will also grow well in cooler temperatures including cilantro, winter thyme, winter savory & sage.
also: (British English) savoury noun plural savoriescountable
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