Definition of Garlicky. Meaning of Garlicky. Synonyms of Garlicky

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Definition of Garlicky

Garlicky
Garlicky Gar"lick*y, a. Like or containing garlic.

Meaning of Garlicky from wikipedia

- specialty of Chicago, is a c****erole of whole peeled shrimp blanketed in soft, garlicky, sherry-laced bread crumbs. It can be served as an appetizer or a main...
- compound of Gr**** σκόρδο [ˈskorðo] 'garlic' and Italian agliata [aʎˈʎaːta] 'garlicky'. Skordalia is usually served with batter-fried fish (notably salt cod...
- German cooked, smoked Brühwurst sausage originally from Bavaria, with a garlicky flavor and dark red color. It is seasoned with black peppercorns, paprika...
- lovely balance of bright chile heat, delicate sweetness, vinegary tang, and garlicky backnote. "Sriracha: How a sauce won over the us". BBC. Retrieved 25 July...
- district, Erzgebirge, Saxony, Germany. Named from the Gr**** Scorodion, "garlicky". When heated it smells of garlic, which gives it the name. http://www...
- Chicken Vesuvio is roasted bone-in chicken cooked in oil and garlic next to garlicky oven-roasted potato wedges and a sprinkling of green peas. The Puerto Rican-influenced...
- plentiful supply. Tavë Kosi is a national dish in Albania and consists of garlicky lamb and rice baked under a thick, tart veil of yogurt. Fërgesë is another...
- when it is added at the end of cooking or as a garnish, it provides a garlicky jolt. It is extensively used in French and Gr**** cuisines, as well as in...
- displays its German-Austrian history in its sausages, particularly the garlicky kielbasa (or kolbasz), and its smoked meats." (p. 108.) "Polish & Russian-Jewish...
- its garlic crop and the annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, featuring various garlicky foods such as garlic ice cream, leading to the city's nickname, the Garlic...
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