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SHRIKHAND
POPULAR DESSERT
FORTIFIED DESSERT WINE
EXCELLENT DESSERT WINE
STRAWBERRIES
REFRESHING
ALCOHOL CONTENT
GREAT WAY
SMALL AMOUNTS
WHITES
HEAVIER
BLENDING
ACCOMPANIMENT
HOT
DISH
COOKING
TASTE
MAPLE SYRUP
DRINK
EACUTE
PRIZED
ZINFANDEL
VINES
ROOM TEMPERATURE
ROOM
SOUP
RED
VERSATILE
FAQ
DELICIOUS
SANDWICHES
BREAKFAST
COFFEE
BERRIES
SPARKLING WINE
COCONUT
RICE
HIGH ALCOHOL
FULL-BODIED
CARDAMOM
BRANDY
GRAPE
BORDEAUX
CAKES
CAKE
CHAMPAGNE
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Definitions

  1. Dessert is the intensely sweet Payasam (vermicilli cooked in milk and lots of sugar) followed by a steaming hot cup of South Indian coffee.
  2. Dessert is a don't-miss course of dark chocolate mousse cake or a cider-glazed baked apple terrine.
  3. Dessert was a high quality, very rich chocolate mousse cake, which made the wine lemony and acidic.
  4. Dessert was orange-flavored fruit candy, which managed to mute the wine which also lost acidity.
  5. The dessert is then placed in a hot oven to brown the meringue before the ice cream can melt. (Web site)

Shrikhand

  1. Shrikhand is a dessert made of strained yogurt. (Web site)
  2. Shrikhand is a dessert made with dahi strained in a soft cloth with very fine holes.
  3. The Shrikhand is a creamy dessert made out of strained yogurt, from which all water is drained off, leaving the thick yogurt cream by itself.

Popular Dessert

  1. Chakka is then mixed with dry fruits and sugar making a popular dessert "Shrikhand".
  2. Caramel, also known as Manjar Blanco in Peru, is a very popular dessert.
  3. In fact, according to Answers.com, ice cream is the most popular dessert in the United States.

Fortified Dessert Wine

  1. Port is a fortified dessert wine from Oporto, Portugal. (Web site)

Excellent Dessert Wine

  1. It has a warm golden color and sweet flavor, pleasantly persistent, round and thick; it is an excellent dessert wine, one of the top national wines. (Web site)
  2. This wine, in addition to being an excellent dessert wine is also great with certain cooking applications such as chilli.
  3. Vignoles (Ravat 51) produces an excellent dessert wine, especially when picked late.

Strawberries

  1. In Norwegian, the dessert is called riskrem and sometimes served with red sauce (usually made from strawberries or raspberries). (Web site)

Refreshing

  1. Renardat's is delicate, berry-scented, refreshing, and makes a delicious aperitif or dessert wine (even chocolate goes well with it).

Alcohol Content

  1. Dessert wines are officially classified as having an alcohol content of between 17 and 21 percent. (Web site)

Great Way

  1. Bread pudding is a great way to make old leftover bread into a tasty, easy dessert.
  2. Choosing a dessert wine is a great way to finish off a meal, and you won't feel like an overstuffed sofa on your way out of the restaurant.

Small Amounts

  1. Sweet or very sweet wine s of any alcohol level customarily drunk with dessert or by themselves and usually in small amounts. (Web site)
  2. Sweet or very sweet wines of any alcohol level customarily drunk with dessert or by themselves and usually in small amounts. (Web site)

Whites

  1. Reds, whites, blushes, dessert and sparkling wines will be well-represented.
  2. The potential for quality reds, whites, roses and dessert wines has never been more apparent.

Heavier

  1. Dessert, or fortified wines, are heavier and sweeter than table wines and frequently have a higher alcohol content.
  2. Dessert wines need a much higher concentration of grapes, making them heavier and sweeter, so they are consumed in smaller quantities.

Blending

  1. It is also the preferred method of blending used to make Tawny Ports and many dessert wines. (Web site)
  2. Sweetened olorosos, (produced by blending with Pedro Ximénez wine), should also be served at 12-14°C and are usually served after a meal as a dessert wine.
  3. NY62.0122.01 - (Couderc 299-35 x Muscat Ottonel) produces an excellent, high quality muscat wine that may be made into a dessert wine or used in blending.

Accompaniment

  1. In fact, you could skip an accompaniment or simply consider serving the Turramurra Chardonnay at the end of meal in place of dessert.
  2. It's not quite sweet enough to be a dessert tea for me; it's better suited as an accompaniment to tasty afternoon treats. (Web site)

Hot

  1. Sauces can also be sweet, and used either hot or cold to accompany and garnish a dessert. (Web site)

Dish

  1. When the dish is inverted, the caramel creates a sauce for the dessert.

Cooking

  1. Homemade wine can be paired with a meal, cheese or dessert, or used for cooking or drunk by the glass.

Taste

  1. Sweet The taste of a wine with perceptible residual sugar, and the description of any dessert wine.
  2. Add 2 tablespoons of honey, 100ml passum, or dessert wine, and salt or garum to taste.
  3. Taste the raspberry dessert wine, Framboise, in a chocolate cup.

Maple Syrup

  1. A special dessert was made by boiling corn meal and maple syrup. (Web site)

Drink

  1. In 1990, we decided to produce a new type of dessert wine, light, delicate, easy to drink, and very refreshing.
  2. When To Drink it: As a dessert wine or as a digéstif at the end of a meal.

Eacute

  1. Typical food and drink: fish and seafood, wine (including sweet dessert wines), Sintra cheesecakes, custard tarts from Belém, egg-sweets.
  2. Fortified wines are often used in cooking, or they're served as apéritifs or dessert wines.

Prized

  1. The wine "feels" and tastes a little obvious and often lacks elegance but is prized by connoisseurs of sweet dessert wines. (Web site)
  2. This fizzy red is prized as a dessert wine for its perfumed frothiness, a style not seen much in the U.S. but a true Italian treat. (Web site)

Zinfandel

  1. Typical sweet whites are White Zinfandel and dessert wines; reds are sometimes referred to as sweet if they are berry-like or fruit-like. (Web site)

Vines

  1. When left on the vines for late harvest, it becomes rich and complex making an excellent dessert wine. (Web site)

Room Temperature

  1. Red dessert wine are served at room temperature or slightly chilled. (Web site)

Room

  1. Make sure you leave room for dessert because their brownies with ice-cream is always a good way to finish off a meal at Houston's.
  2. So often, people fill up on dinner and neglect to save room for dessert. (Web site)
  3. We managed to save room for dessert, liking best a wonderful warm spice pear cake with sabayon and poached pears.

Soup

  1. It is sweet in taste and is widely used in making tea, dessert, soup and cooking. (Web site)

Red

  1. Cottage winery in Niagara west with a selection of red, sweeter white, and dessert wines, plus port and sherry styles.
  2. Many like to have a sparkling wine, a white, a red and a dessert wine in their portfolio.
  3. Zinfandel is available as red, white and also as dessert wine.

Versatile

  1. Vidal is very versatile and can be made in dry, off-dry and even sweet, dessert styles of wines.
  2. Moscato d'Asti makes an exceptional dessert wine but is also versatile enough to have as an aperitif.

Faq

  1. RecipeML - Official specification document, FAQ, example recipes, and the DTD of the recipe markup language formerly known as Dessert.

Delicious

  1. However you eat it, tackling this delicious dessert is a great way to end a meal.
  2. Shrikhand is a delicious dessert made by hanging yoghurt in a muslin cloth and draining it of its liquid content.
  3. Beaumes-de-Venise (BOME da Veh-NEES) - Southern Rhone (France) region best known for its delicious white dessert wine made from Muscat grapes.

Sandwiches

  1. At the restaurant, the dessert comes as a trio of sandwiches with chocolate sauce for dipping.

Breakfast

  1. Maple syrup isn’t just for breakfast or dessert, or for stretching, taffy-style, over the snow.
  2. Grits can be served hot or cold and as a base for a multitude of dishes from breakfast to dessert, depending on the additives.

Coffee

  1. And as a dessert we would recommend you some of the ice-cream splits and all sorts of coffee.
  2. Drink in coffee or with dessert. (Web site)
  3. Biscotti - Dry Italian cookies flavored with almonds, chocolate, or anise seed, used for dunking in coffee and sweet dessert wine.

Berries

  1. As a dessert indulge yourself with Beeren (Berries, perhaps with Dessert Wine).
  2. Beerenauslese is a German wine term and type of dessert wine meaning "selected berries".
  3. Berries for sweet dessert wines (e.g.

Sparkling Wine

  1. We make this dessert sparkling wine with our Muscat grapes, to create a sparkling wine with great character, aroma, and body.
  2. The state also produces sparkling wine, late harvest wine, ice wine, and dessert wine.
  3. We recommend the Seyval Naturel (sparkling wine), Peach Gala (sparkling wine with peach flavor), and dessert wines. (Web site)

Coconut

  1. In Thailand and other South East Asian countries, sweet glutinous rice is flavored with coconut then served with sliced mango on top as a dessert. (Web site)

Rice

  1. Go for the Sakkar Pongal, a dessert made of rice, jaggery, honey and saffron infused with raisins and cashews. (Web site)
  2. Like cornbread, rice fills every culinary role, from breakfast and snack food to main course to dessert. (Web site)
  3. Manni is a traditional dessert made of rice, coconut and jaggery.

High Alcohol

  1. Dessert wine Very sweet, high alcohol wines. (Web site)

Full-Bodied

  1. Late Harvest: Name given to dessert or full-bodied table wines produced from overripe grapes.

Cardamom

  1. Many Indian meat, rice and dessert dishes use cardamom as one of the main spices. (Web site)

Brandy

  1. It is so versatile that you can have dry wine, sparkling wine, dessert wine or brandy all under this name.

Grape

  1. Name of the most widely cultivated of the muscadine grapes, used chiefly in wine rather than as a dessert grape. (Web site)
  2. Vignoles usually finds itself destined for dessert wines, but that isn't the grape I'm focusing on for WBW. Instead, let's talk about the Cayuga White.
  3. This grape thrives in cooler climates and is used mainly in the production of dessert wines.

Bordeaux

  1. Blended with Semillon for dry white Bordeaux and used in smaller proportions for Sauternes and other French dessert wines. (Web site)
  2. It is a component (along with Semillon) of the French dessert wine, Sauternes and the white wines of Bordeaux. (Web site)
  3. Semillon - Bordeaux white, prime mover of the great dessert wines of Sauternes. (Web site)

Cakes

  1. The ideal dessert wine, perfect with cakes, pastries and chocolate.
  2. Use a wide metal spatula to lift the cakes onto dessert plates.

Cake

  1. The cake was very sweet, but I like that quality in a dessert. (Web site)
  2. Full Review Comments Lawrence Toppman Charlotte Observer Layer Cake may leave you with the feeling that you got dessert but missed the meal.

Champagne

  1. Champagne, dessert wine, most sherry and rosé should be treated as white.
  2. Obviously, the wines available come from different types such as Red, White, Rose, Dessert Wine, Sparkling and Champagne.
  3. Love birds can enjoy dinner, cocktails, dessert and champagne, and later dance to the Sounds of Boogieman George.

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