milk or foods that are made from milk, such as butter and cheese
a type of seasoning or sauce that is used to add flavor to food
a plant with seeds, leaves, or flowers used for cooking or medicine, such as mint and parsley
a type of dried plant with a pleasant smell used to add taste or color to the food
a substance used to add sweetness to food or beverages
a liquid fat derived from plants or animals used for cooking purposes
a substance taken from animals or plants and then processed so that it can be used in cooking
plants without true roots, leaves, or stems, which grow in or near a body of water, such as seaweeds
something we can eat that grows on trees, plants, or bushes
a diverse group of organisms that include mushrooms, yeasts, and molds, characterized by their ability to decompose organic matter
a plant or a part of it that we can eat either raw or cooked
a fine powder made by crushing wheat or other grains, used for making bread, cakes, pasta, etc.
small, hard seeds or that are harvested from cereal plants and used as a food source.
the flesh of animals and birds that can be eaten as food
a sweet white or brown substance that is obtained from plants and used to make food and drinks sweet
an oval or round thing that is produced by a chicken and can be used for food
a white carbohydrate food substance that exists in flour, potatoes, rice, etc.
a type of fungus capable of converting sugar into alcohol and carbon dioxide, used in making alcoholic drinks and for making bread swell
a mixture of different ingredients cut up and used to stuff meat or vegetables
meat of chickens, turkeys, and ducks
a mixture consisting of flour, milk, and eggs, used for making pancakes, or for covering food before frying
a thick mixture of flour, liquid and sometimes yeast that is baked into bread or pastry
a concentrated substance derived from a natural source, often used to add flavor or fragrance to food, beverages, or other products
a small cube made from dried vegetable or meat juices, used to flavor soups, etc.
very small pieces of bread, used in cooking especially for coating items of food before frying
a type of sweet spread made by cooking fruits with sugar
a thick creamy sauce made with milk, eggs, sugar, flour or corn flour that is served hot on top of puddings, fruits, etc.
a glossy and transparent coating applied to food for added flavor, shine, or decorative purposes
a mixing of sugar, water, egg and milk, used to decorate or cover cakes
a combination of ingredients used as a filling for pastries, sandwiches, and other food items
a substance or mixture added to food to enhance its flavor, typically consisting of herbs, spices and salt
a substance extracted from plants that is typically sticky and viscous in nature
a mixture of chopped fruits, spices, and sometimes meat, traditionally used as a filling in pies and desserts
a concentrated liquid or paste made from boiling or simmering meat to extract its flavor and nutrients
a soft or hard food made from milk that is usually yellow or white in color
a clarified and concentrated soup made from rich stock or broth
a decorative or flavorful element added to a dish to enhance its visual appeal or taste.
a liquid that is made by cooking meat, bones, vegetables, or fish in water, used for making gravy or soup
textured vegetable protein
/tɛkstʃɚd vɛdʒɪɾəbəl pɹoʊtiːn/noun
a plant-based protein made from defatted soy flour used as a meat substitute in vegetarian and vegan dishes
a mixture of eggs, cream, or other ingredients used to thicken sauces or soups, often providing a smooth and rich texture
a diced vegetable mixture used in cooking for flavoring sauces, soups, and stews
a dish made from bread/breadcrumbs and liquid, used in stuffing, dumplings, and as a thickener for soups and sauces
a mixture of food ingredients, typically cooked, that have been crushed or beaten together until they form a smooth texture
a type of broth made from boiling meat, vegetables, and herbs in water
a mixture created by blending fat and flour together, used to thicken and add flavor to various dishes
a mixture of diced/shredded ingredients with dressing/sauce, used as a filling or topping for dishes like salads or tacos
a savory or sweet dish made by baking ingredients in a mold or pastry shell.
a layer of food that is spread over the top of a dish to make it taste or look better