A savoury dessert is a non-sweet dessert. For example cheese and
An entree is usually a savoury dish, as is the main course, followed by something sweet (dessert). If the meal begins with appetisers, they are also usually savoury. Some people might have a small appetite and prefer to eat only an entree course followed by a dessert; there is no problem with this.
Savoury, or savory, means pleasant tasting, or, it refers to foods that are not sweet. For instance, a souffle can be a sweet dessert, i.e.Grand Marnier, or an herbed cheese, (savory). deserts that do not contain sugar but salt
Custard is a range of preparations based on milk and eggs. Most commonly, custard refers to a dessert or dessert sauce, but custard bases are also used for quiches and other savoury foods
Savoury foods have always been Michelle's favourite. The lunch was very savoury.
a soft, thick (sweet) dessert whether cooked or not made in many forms with various ingredients. Usually eaten after the main course. Can also be a savoury dish as in Steak and Kidney Pudding
The plural of savoury is savouries. As in "these savouries are nice".
Savoury is the boyfriend of Todd's mother.
Pretty much any dish that is not sweet can be called "savoury"
It is a savoury/sweet bread ( more savoury than sweet) snack made from flour and yeast. It is eaten mainly in the United Kingdom.
Bread is normally savoury, but you can get sweet breads as well such as banana bread.
A pastry is a tart,pie or flan with a pastry base and can be either sweet or savoury while a dessert is usually eaten after a main course and is sweet. Cake,ice-cream,apple crumble etc.
it depends on the type of cheese but yes cheese is savoury unless it is made to be sweet
gateau (noun) Sweet (candy) - bonbon Sweet (pudding) - dessert Sweet (not savoury) - sucré Sweet (kind) - gentil (masculine) - gentille (feminine) Sweet (cute) - mignon (masculine) - mignonne (feminine)
Marie Worth has written: 'The everyday savoury book' 'The everday savoury book'
Pastry that's savoury.
I love dessert - J'aime dessert You love dessert - Vous aimez dessert They love dessert - Ils aiment dessert
A quiche (keesh) is a savoury, open-pastry crust. It is filled with a savoury custard with added cheese, meat, seafood, or vegetables. It can be eaten cold or warm.
Desserts are classified in 6 types: fruit dessert gelatin dessert milk dessert biscuits, cakes and pastries dessert whipped cream dessert frozen dessert
It can be either, depending on the recipe.
Chocolate is of course, sweet. However, it can be used in a small number of savoury dishes. For example; venisen tastes great with dark chocolate. Small amounts are key.
"Dessert" in English means dolce for a dessert sweet and frutta for a dessert fruit in Italian.
savoury salad is an Italian salad in Italy mainly sell ed at a restruant in Italy named Sophia but its an Italian salad with lots of things in it and its spicy with an Italian pasta taste in it.
Chocolate is not always for dessert and is used in many savoury dishes. Mole is a spicy sauce made with chocolate and is often served with chicken. Chili made with beef or vegetables and chocolate is another recipe one could make as chocolate pairs nicely with spicy peppers.
Any savoury dishes
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English --- dessert Swedish --- dessert
an apple alone is not a dessert but if you can have a dessert with apples in them
The dessert looked delicious. For dessert, we have cake. He was not in the mood for dessert. You won't get any dessert unless you finish your greens.
No. Dessert is a noun. When used with other nouns (dessert spoon, dessert menu), it is a noun adjunct.
MSG enhances savoury (or umami) flavours.
dessert its not dessert its desert -.- dessert it like another meal....
As sweet as dessertAs anticipated as dessert As unoriginal as dessert after a meal
No, but the word dessert is often used as a noun adjunct. Some examples are dessert dish or dessert toppings.
The second dessert has less utility than the first dessert.
Sahara Dessert and Gobi Dessert is what you're looking for.
a dessert that is frozen
It's a dessert.
No curry is not a dessert
no alabama does not have a dessert
The only thing that makes a dessert a dessert is that it is served as the last course to a meal. Desserts are commonly sweet foods however, cheeses, fruits and nuts fall into the dessert category.
dessert is spelled the same in French : un dessert (masculine word).
Dessert wine is 'un vin de dessert' in French.
une galette (savoury) - une crêpe (sweet)
Here, try a dumpling. A dumpling can be sweet or savoury.
Pairings with Andrea - 2005 Dessert and Dessert Wines was released on: USA: 2006
" A " dessert ....Apple Betty
The plural of dessert is desserts.
no its a bengali dessert
yes Arizona does have a dessert. :)
'un dessert' (masc.) - that's a French word It would be the same. Le dessert.