Translation for 'aubergine' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   an aubergine | aubergines
SYNO aubergine | brinjal | eggplant | ...
aubergine {noun}
патладжан {м}
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Translation for 'aubergine' from English to Bulgarian

aubergine {noun}
патладжан {м}бот.гастр.T
Usage Examples English
  • Various fruits and vegetables were introduced to Europe in this period via the Middle East and North Africa, some from as far as China and India, including the artichoke, spinach, and aubergine.
  • Two white, two Aubergine and three grey T-5Rs were also produced. The white and aubergine cars were preproduction cars whereas the grey ones were produced by special demand for the Arabian market.
  • It is a reddish kind of aubergine that looks similar to a tomato.
  • Mirza ghassemi or mirza qassemi (Persian: میرزا قاسمی) is an Iranian appetizer or main based on tandoori or grilled aubergine (eggplant), distinct to the Northern Iran and Caspian Sea region (specifically Gilan province).
  • Her dowry consisted of twelve jars of the finest olive oil, with which she prepared each evening an aubergine dish with tomatoes and onions.

  • It is made of eggplant (also known as "aubergine" or "brinjal") which is sliced and dipped in gram flour batter before being either fried or deep fried in oil.
  • The orientalist Leopoldo Eguílaz y Yanguas relates "Benengeli" to "berenjena" ("brinjal, aubergine, eggplant"), a relation mentioned by Sancho Panza in the novel.
  • In 2010, she identified a new species of Africa spiny aubergine, "Solanum ruvu", which had been collected only once in the wild ten years earlier.
  • The family Solanaceae contains such important food species as the potato ("Solanum tuberosum"), the tomato ("Solanum lycopersicum"), the pepper ("Capsicum annuum") and the aubergine or eggplant ("Solanum melongena").
  • "Aubergines à l'espagnole" is a dish of aubergine shells filled with chopped aubergine, tomato and ham and a gruyère gratin.

  • Vankai is a variety of Brinjal, a type of eggplant or aubergine, found in southern India. In the state of Andhra Pradesh it is famous for its use in making curry.
  • The name means "Mom's aubergine salad" (baba ghanoush) in Yiddish.
  • The main economic activity is agriculture. Tomato, cucumber and aubergine are the most important crops. Fishing and animal husbandry are among the other activities.
  • Fried eggplant, or fried aubergine, is featured in dishes of many different cuisines.
  • Cuisine originally associated with the Jews of Sicily and Calabria included those dishes labelled "alla giudia" or "all'ebraica," such as pasta with anchovies and garlic, concia di zucchine, fried courgettes marinated in vinegar and caponata, a sweet and sour aubergine dish.

  • Eggplant ("Solanum melongena"; also named aubergine or brinjal) is a species of nightshade grown for its edible fruit.
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