Translation for 'porridge' from English to Serbian
NOUN   porridge | -
каша {ж}porridge
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Translation for 'porridge' from English to Serbian

каша {ж}
Usage Examples English
  • The Finnish breakfast traditionally includes a substantial portion of porridge.
  • Swamiji preferred to have only porridge as his meals.
  • Oatmeal porridge has a long tradition in these regions, but during the Middle Ages porridge made from rye or barley was even more common in at least some parts of the area.
  • "Khichri" is a salty porridge. "Dalia" is another similar sweet porridge made from the crushed wheat or barley mixed with sugar and milk.
  • Another extra feature in the "sequel" is "porridge power".

  • England has incorporated porridge in their culture for centuries.
  • When the whole oat groats are to be flaked for use in porridge, the whole groats are passed through a groat cutter machine to create uniform pieces of cut groats for quick or instant style porridge whereas traditional style porridge is flaked from whole groats.
  • Guryev porridge (Guriev kasha) is a Russian sweet porridge ("kasha") prepared from semolina and milk with the addition of candied nuts (hazelnut, walnuts, almonds), honey and dried fruits (or fruit preserves).
  • Stoats now sell a range of oat based products including porridge, quick porridge, porridge oat bars and oatcakes.
  • "Euneo-juk" (...) or sweetfish porridge is a type of Korean porridge, or "juk", made with sweetfish and rice.

  • As soon as the porridge starts boiling, turn down the flame and then pour the mixed barley paste into the porridge.
  • "Tarak-juk" (...), also called "uyu-juk" (...) or milk porridge, is a "juk", or Korean porridge, made with milk and rice (glutinous japonica variety).
  • The Yiddish term מצה ברײַ "matse bray" literally means 'matzah porridge'; ברײַ "bray" 'porridge' is descended from a Middle High German word "brī" of the same meaning.
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