What is often eaten as an entree?
Any number of things. But it kinda depends on the meal you are serving/eating. And it also depends on where you are at.
In America, an entree is the main course in a meal. But it wasn't always like that. Originally, the entree was the portion of the meal served just before the main course.
You can eat cheese any time and in many ways. Cheese can be eaten at breakfast time as part of a breakfast sandwich or casserole. Cheese can be eaten as a snack with meat and crackers or in a dip. You can eat cheese at lunch, on a sandwich, sprinkled on a salad or in chili. You can eat cheese for supper/dinner in pasta, as a topping on an entree, on bread, or on potatoes…
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An entree (on-TRAY) is the main course of a dinner. Example-- A burger with fries and a salad. The burger is the entree, salad is the appetizer, and the fries are the side. Example 2-- Chicken strips, mashed potatoes, and mozzarella sticks. The mozzarella sticks are the appetizer, the chicken strips are the entree, and the mashed potatoes are the side. Example 3-- A Caesar Salad wit dressing on the side is an entree.