- 1.1The general quality of taste in a food: no other cracker adds so much flavor to the cheeseMore example sentences
- Rather than using these ingredients to add flavor to your food, try alternatives like herbs, spices or lemon juice.
- Replace excess salt with herbs and spices, which add flavor and other health benefits to your food.
- Instead of cheese, oil or butter for flavor, use chopped tomatoes, vegetables, herbs and spices.
- 4 Physics A quantized property of quarks that differentiates them into at least six varieties (up, down, charmed, strange, top, bottom). Compare with color.
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- 1Alter or enhance the taste of (food or drink) by adding a particular ingredient: they use a wide range of spices to flavor their foods chunks of chicken flavored with herbsMore example sentences
add flavor to, add flavoring to, season, spice (up), add piquancy to, ginger up, enrich• informal pep up
- To reduce your sodium intake, take the salt shaker off the table and flavor foods with herbs, spices, and lemon juice instead.
- The rice was flavoured with tomato and spices and the salad was of crisp iceberg lettuce lightly drizzled with a mustard dressing.
- Dye obtained from the flowers is used to colour and flavour foods like rice, soups, cheeses and butter.
- 1.1Give a distinctive quality to: the faint exasperation that had flavored her toneMore example sentences
- Any guy could understand falling for a real girl like Allie, and it was that quality that flavoured the film with enough sincerity to cover the hokeyness.
- It is a distinctive accent, an openness of spirit that flavors our dance and music.
flavor of the month
- A person or thing that enjoys a short period of great popularity: social networking is no longer the flavor of the month among investorsMore example sentences
all the rage, the latest thing, the fashion, in vogue; a one-hit wonder• informal hot, in
- To stand up and be counted is not very cool; going with the tide seems to be the flavour of the month.
- It does not depend on how I look or whether I am flavour of the month.
- And you know, Scottish bands have been flavour of the month before and we were here then, so we'll be here again next time.
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- The meat is absolutely incredible - moist, flavorful, incredibly soft.
- Basted with sweet and sour vinegar and cherry juice, the meaty duck breast tasted succulent and flavourful.
- The calamari in tomato sauce was tender and flavourful.
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- The danger is of subsiding into a world of flavourless, colourless euphemism, leaving behind the robustness of good English.
- There were indeed big chunks of chocolate, but the ice-cream itself was insipid and flavourless.
- If your idea of tea is a flavourless liquid that colours well with milk, then this will do the trick.