Definition of Piquantly. Meaning of Piquantly. Synonyms of Piquantly

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Definition of Piquantly

Piquantly
Piquantly Pi"quant*ly, adv. In a piquant manner.

Meaning of Piquantly from wikipedia

- of pungency that are "agreeably stimulating to the palate." Examples of piquant food include mustard and curry. The terms "pungent" (/ˈpʌndʒənt/ (listen))...
- Russian dressing is a piquant American salad dressing consisting of mayonnaise with ketchup and other ingredients. Russian dressing is a key ingredient...
- "modestly scaled but creatively ambitious" and "succeeds on its own terms as a piquant audience pleaser", and gave praise to Ronan, whom he said "just seems to...
- sauce, also referred to as "red gravy", creole tomato sauce, and sauce piquant in New Orleans, is a Creole cuisine, Haitian cuisine, and New Orleans cuisine...
- it is commonly used in food products to provide added ****e or "heat" (piquancy), usually in the form of ****es such as chili powder and paprika. In high...
- peanuts are sold in the hull and either boiled with only salt or with a piquant ****e mixture such as Old Bay or Zatarain's. The latter are often called...
- created a kind of chromatic embroidery ... whose effect is so strange and piquant as to be impossible to describe ... virtually nobody but Chopin himself...
- semi-hard cheese with taste varying greatly from provolone piccante (sharp, piquant), aged for a minimum of four months and with a very sharp taste, to provolone...
- be dipped in shōyu (soy sauce), and is usually flavored with wasabi, a piquant paste made from the grated stem of the Wasabia ****onica plant. ****anese-style...
- Butch T pepper is a Capsi**** chinense cultivar that is among the most piquant peppers in the world. It is indigenous to Trinidad and Tobago. It was named...
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