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"Fried in oil, pickled in vinegar, covered with cheese...change the cooking method and a particular food takes on a whole new look. Based on the descriptions of cooking methods, can you guess the ingredient?"
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Fried on one side, it's "sunny-side up." Both sides, "over easy." Nestled on an English muffin and bacon, covered with sauce, it's a name fit for a traitor. What incredible, edible ingredient do we have here?
(One Word, singular or plural OK)
It makes mayonnaise "aioli," and turns plain yogurt into spicy "tzatziki" for your gyro. What bulb creates such savory sauces?
(One Word, six letters)
Got some of this leftover? Just dry and shave into "panko" for a fried-food coating. Cut into little cubes and bake into "croutons."
(One Word, five letters)
In Hawaii, it's placed on a bowl of rice, topped with gravy and a fried egg, and called "Loco Moco." You may know it as a Slider, Whopper, or Jumbo Jack in its traditional casing. Name this All-American meat product.
(One Word, nine letters)
Mexicans will chop them with onions and peppers for pico de gallo. Margherita pizzas must have them. Heinz cooked them with vinegar until they melted, and hot dogs have never been the same since. Which "veggie" fits this bill?
(One Word, singular or plural)
Grate the skin of this fruit with parsley and olive oil for a gremoulade sauce over fish or chicken. In Morocco, pickle them before stewing with chicken. Britons make it into curd for their scones. Stop puckering your lips and guess this fruit.
(One Word, 5 letter singular or 6 letter plural)
Pasta arabbiata, Indonesian sambal olek, kung pao chicken, and Korean yukkejang would cease to exist without these. What seasoning's varieties include togarashi, banana, ancho, and scotchbonnets?
(One Word, 5 (or 6) letters. Singular!)
Sandwich this between cheese and french toast for a Monte Cristo, or substitute buttered French bread and white sauce for a Croque-monsieur. Or perhaps paired with chicken and Swiss for Cordon Bleu. What cured meat features here?
Ferment them in the Philippines for a sauce called "bagoong." Boil them and serve with a spicy sauce for "cocktail." They're also indispensable in paella and jambalaya. Which crustacean is needed here?
(One Word, 6 letters, no plural)
Finally, we end on a sweet note. It's often batter-fried as "pisang goreng" in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, and made into spring rolls called "lumpia" in the Philippines. We usually split them and top with ice cream, whipped cream and a cherry, or flambeed "Foster" with liquor, cinnamon and brown sugar. What is this ingredient?
(one word, singular or plural)
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Compiled Jun 28 12