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 Translation for 'grated cheese' from English to Russian
гастр.
тёртый сыр {м}
grated cheese
Partial Matches
гастр.
тёртый {adj} {past-p}
grated
гастр.
сыр {м}
cheese
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гастр.
козий сыр {м}
goat cheese
гастр.инстр.
сырный нож {м}
cheese knife
занятиепищ.
сыровар {м}
cheese maker
гастр.
творог {м}
curd cheese
творожная паста {ж}cheese spread
гастр.
ассортимент {м} сыра
choice of cheese
гастр.
козий сыр {м}
goat's cheese
гастр.
запечёный в сыре {adj}
au gratin with cheese [postpos.]
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Usage Examples English
  • The dish was topped with potato pastry and grated cheese and served with vegetable gravy.
  • He was well known for, among other things, a dish called the "Joe Carcione Special", which consisted of shredded cabbage in place of pasta, sauteed with onion and garlic, and topped with marinara sauce and grated cheese.
  • Gratin (...) is a culinary technique in which an ingredient is topped with a browned crust, often using breadcrumbs, grated cheese, egg or butter.
  • Its eponymous ridges make better adhesive surfaces for sauces and grated cheese than smooth-sided pasta like ziti.
  • In addition to the steak, the original meal also included a potato dish, known as Delmonico potatoes, prepared by making a mashed potato dish topped with grated cheese and buttered breadcrumbs, then baked until golden brown and served steaming.

  • Others were made with wine and grated cheese. It is widely believed that kykeon usually refers to a psychoactive compounded brew, as in the case of the Eleusinian Mysteries.
  • For example, béchamel can be made into Mornay by the addition of grated cheese, and espagnole becomes bordelaise with the addition of reduction of red wine, shallots, and poached beef marrow.
  • In Malta, "timpana" (the name probably derived from "timballo") is made by tossing parboiled macaroni in a tomato sauce containing a small amount of minced beef or corned beef, bound with a mixture of raw egg and grated cheese.
  • The localized pastry is a brioche baked with butter instead of lard and topped with grated cheese and sugar and can be found in almost all neighborhood bakeshops.
  • A common Italian stuffing uses a mixture of bread crumbs, garlic, oregano, parsley, grated cheese, and prosciutto or sausage.

  • Hot spätzle and grated cheese such as Emmentaler or granular cheese are layered alternately and finally topped with fried onions.
  • Some variations include grated cheese such as cheddar, or nuts such as walnuts and dried fruits such as sultanas or raisins.
  • It is often used as grated cheese in Swiss cuisine, although it is also eaten in small pieces.
  • Mustard can be use as a spread for canapés garnished with chopped bacon, grated cheese, or chopped olives.
  • In one case, FDA findings found "no parmesan cheese was used to manufacture" a Pennsylvania manufacturer's grated cheese labeled "Parmesan", apparently made from a mixture of other cheeses and cellulose.

  • A "croque monsieur" is traditionally made with baked or boiled ham and sliced cheese between slices of "pain de mie", topped with grated cheese and slightly salted and peppered, and then baked in an oven or fried in a frying pan.
  • Grated cheese is cheese that has been grated. [...] Typically, aged hard cheeses are used.
  • For certain specialty dishes, the dough may be enriched with minced pork liver (resulting in [...]), spinach, or finely grated cheese.
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