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 Translation for 'white bread' from English to Spanish
SYNO light bread | white bread
gastr.
pan {m} blanco
white bread
Partial Matches
gastr.
pan {m}
bread
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gastr.
bollo {f} [de pan]
(bread) roll
unverified
gastr.
arepa {f}
corn bread
aliment.gastr.
panificación {f}
bread making
gastr.
panecillo {m}
(bread) roll
gastr.
pan {m} con grano
granary bread
gastr.
pan {m} integral
wholemeal bread
gastr.
pan {m} moreno
brown bread
gastr.
pan {m} con semillas
seeded bread
gastr.
pan {m} de pita
pita bread
gastr.
rebanador {m} (para pan)
(bread) slicer
gastr.
harina {f} para pan
bread flour
gastr.
pan {m} de centeno
rye bread
gastr.
pan {m} de molde
sliced bread
gastr.
pan {m} al bicarbonato sódico
soda bread
gastr.
pan {m} fermentado
sourdough bread
gastr.
naan {m}
naan (bread)
gastr.
pan {m} de maíz
corn bread
gastr.
pan {m} de pita
pitta bread [Br.]
gastr.
hogaza {f} de pan
loaf of bread
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Usage Examples English
  • One of the city's best-known dishes, etli ekmek consists of succulently tender slices of lamb served on flaps of soft white bread.
  • A domestic spirit, he would assist housewives with their chores, in expectation of an offering of white bread and milk.
  • The upper classes ate fine white bread called manchet, while the poor ate coarse bread made of barley or rye.
  • Brown bread and brown sugar were viewed as more natural and healthy than white bread and white sugar.
  • White bread typically refers to breads made from wheat flour from which the bran and the germ layers have been removed from the whole wheatberry as part of the flour grinding or milling process, producing a light-colored flour.

  • Bosna is made with white bread and is usually grilled briefly before serving.
  • Among them is Wonder + Invisibles, a white bread with 18 whole grains and designed not to taste like whole grain bread.
  • Fairy bread is the name given to the children's treat of sprinkles or nonpareils on buttered white bread. Fairy bread is commonly served at children's parties in Australia and New Zealand.
  • It consists of thick, enriched toasted white bread with condensed milk on top.
  • However, orange marmalade on white bread is common, usually with morning coffee or tea.

  • Another great pity is the common use of white bread.
  • The uric-acid free diet of Alexander Haig was lacto-vegetarian. On this diet only cheese, milk, nuts, certain vegetables, and white bread could be eaten.
  • This has the advantages of being universal and producing maximum GI values of approximately 100. White bread can also be used as a reference food, giving a different set of GI values (if white bread = 100, then glucose ≈ 140).
  • Stuffing and dressing or two different things even though both items are being "dressed" with almost the same ingredients, stuffing is being stuffed inside the cavity of a bird and uses white bread while dressing is considered a side dish and uses cornbread.
  • Another local Indian Durban speciality is the 'bunny' or bunny chow, which consists of a hollowed-out loaf of white bread filled with curry.

  • This colour scheme is reminiscent of jam sandwiched between two slices of white bread, hence the name.
  • Norquist has described himself as a "boring white bread Methodist."
  • A "blaa" [...] , or Waterford Blaa, is a doughy, white bread bun (roll) speciality, particularly associated with Waterford, Ireland. It is currently made in Waterford and South Co. Kilkenny.
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