English to Arabic Meaning :: rusk

Rusk :
بقسماط
بقسماط, الرصك نوع من البسكويت - بقسماطبقسماطراسك
 
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Noun(1) slice of sweet raised bread baked again until it is brown and hard and crisp

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(1) The delicacy, a combination of congealed pigs' blood, fat and rusk encased in a length of intestine, is closely related to German blutwurst, French boudin noir and Spanish morcilla.(2) The Lancashire town of Bury is famed for black pudding, a regional delicacy consisting of congealed pigs' blood, fat, and rusk , encased in a length of intestine.(3) If I were a perfectionist I'd say they are still a tad lean, so we added a bit more fat for the second batch, which used oatmeal for rusk instead of breadcrumbs, and included a load of sage and thyme from the garden.(4) Sausages have traditionally been regarded as anathema to slimmers because they often include a lot of bread and rusk .(5) Similarly, those healthier lower-fat pork sausages are probably padded out with wheat rusk .(6) He was standing at the sausage-filling machine, having just packed it with a delicious-smelling mix of minced pork, herbs and rusk .(7) ÔÇÿI use oatmeal instead of rusk , which I think gives them better flavour,ÔÇÖ he says.(8) Following a dramatic pause - during which you wonder if it's also 20% rusk and 10% water - we're told that it's actually farm-reared, organic, golden, Wiltshire farm chicken.(9) The simplicity of sausage-making fascinated me as I watched Jonathan sprinkle the rusks and seasonings over the meat.(10) The traditional cheese and Marmite rusks have been well and truly supplanted.(11) ÔÇÿWe snuggled back into bed for a good read, rusks and coffee,ÔÇÖ she says.(12) And the more we do to perpetuate the myths surrounding motherhood, the more unbearable we make the cross to bear for those who don't find it all rusks and baby bottles.(13) Wheat-based foods which contain gluten, for example, breakfast cereals, wheat flour or rusks .(14) The bread has dwindled by now to crumbs and rusks .(15) This sleepover, on Monday 15 December, comes complete with a light supper and breakfast rusks .(16) Dry Weetbix, children's rusks and Berocca were just some of the substances the iron men and women of Tindal had to swallow.
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