Food Salads & Sauces Trivia Questions & Answers

1.What is the name for a tough biscuit which sailors used in place of bread?

2.Which of these spices turns rice yellow?

3.In Indian cookery, what name is given to the flat oval bread cooked in the Tandoor?

4.What is added to Worcester sauce and lemon juice to make a Prairie Oyster?

5.Marsala is a fortified wine originating where?

6.What does Aloo mean on an Indian menu?

7.What is a flat pasta dish made with minced meat, tomatoes and white cheese sauce?

8.In Italy what are Grissini?

9.Langue de Chat is which type of French food?

10.As fruits and vegetables are ripe and harvested in large quantities, it is necessary to think about how to store and cure them so that they can be stored for a longer duration. The method used is called?

11.Worcestershire sauce, the popular English sauce, is made from dissolved?

12.Coconut water is sterile and has an ideal pH level. It can be used (in emergencies) as a substitute for blood?

13.The tall chef's hat is called a [t----]

14.The colour of the twist tie on bread packaging signifies?

15.The English word dinner is thought to come from?

16.The country in which desert tribes serve a dish of fish stuffed with eggs and put it inside a chicken. The chicken is then put inside a sheep, and the sheep is put inside a camel and roasted!

17.The Aborigines of Australia's native food includes game meat such as kangaroo, turkey, and goanna, which is a kind of lizard. They call the food [b--- t----]

18.Spicy chicken wings originated in which area of New York ? [-------]

19.This favourite spread for sandwiches was created by a doctor as a health food. In Africa where they were first grown, the main ingredient is known as groundnuts.

20.The French Name for a fish stew that combines many kinds of fish and shellfish is?

21.Banana is good for health since it contains potassium and helps to prevent [-----s]

22.Fibre helps to rid your body of waste and also makes you feel full. It is found in fruits and vegetables and whole-grain cereal. Fibre, however, is not?

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