Acaramelado in english


pronunciation: kerəməl part of speech: noun
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acaramelado = glacé ; candied. 

Example: Exports of fruit products consisted mainly of fruit juice and canned, pulped, glacé and otherwise preserved fruits.Example: Panelists rated the candied products from all treatments as slightly astringent to not astringent.


» fruta acarameladaglacé fruitcandied fruit .

Example: The plant produces canned beans, glace fruit, maraschino cherries, roasted peppers, etc., comprising a total 50 products.

Example: About half the yield is consumed fresh and the rest is processed into juices, purees and candied fruit.

» manzana acarameladatoffee applecandied applecandy apple .

Example: Toffee apples may be stored wrapped individually in greaseproof or waxed paper.

Example: Candied apples can be stored in an airtight container in a cool, dry place up to 3 days.

Example: Candy apples have always been popular around Halloween as a celebration of the annual apple harvest.

acaramelar = caramelise [caramelize, -USA]. 

Example: Searing meat is the process for caramelising the sugars present in meat and forming an aesthetic crust around its surface.

Acaramelado synonyms

colored in spanish: de colores, pronunciation: kʌlɜrd part of speech: adjective chromatic in spanish: cromático, pronunciation: kroʊmætɪk part of speech: adjective caramel brown in spanish: marrón caramelo, pronunciation: kerəməlbraʊn part of speech: noun, adjective
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