Translation of garlic in Spanish:


ajo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɡɑrlɪk/ /ˈɡɑːlɪk/

Definition of ajo in Spanish


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    ajo masculine
    a clove of garlic un diente de ajo
    • Thai Rice Noodles is dressed in coconut hoisin sauce and garlic chili paste.
    • We were also occasionally served bread slices spread with garlic butter.
    • The garlic butter in which the mushrooms are cooked will help the flavour of the pastry enormously.
    • Marinade eggplants with olive oil, garlic confit, and add thyme, salt and pepper.
    • If there are too many outside layers of skin on the garlic bulbs, pull them off first.
    • The waitress suggested that I seasoned the food with garlic butter and olive oil, as a true Portuguese would do.
    • She asks again as the cook starts to prepare the accompanying potato and garlic purée.
    • We suggest the Pale Ale and, if you're hungry, a loaf of bread and garlic butter.
    • The naan bread should drip with garlic butter, the chicken glisten with chopped coriander and ghee.
    • Lay a demitasse spoon over the Parmesan powder and fill with garlic chips and parsley.
    • Her accompanying garlic bread is real bread with a proper crust, spread with freshly prepared garlic butter and chopped parsley.
    • Spain is seen as producing some of the world's best-quality garlic bulbs.
    • Put down the pick, pick up the shell, and pour the garlic butter that remains inside onto the bread.
    • Then I squeezed a couple of limes into the garlic butter, and threw in a couple of pinches of cayenne pepper.
    • To start with I would order crayfish with garlic butter, followed by loin of venison.
    • Add the cream, garlic olive oil and cod liver oil and fold to combine season, and set aside keeping warm.
    • The freshly buttered warm garlic toast made a tasty companion to the vegetable soup, and the pasta dishes were spot on.
    • Between the four of us we ordered two portions of garlic bread, and a portion of dough balls with garlic butter.
    • This is the place for spiced Moroccan lamb meatballs or grilled garlic mushrooms to start.
    • Use lemon juice to remove fish, garlic and onion odors from utensils, pans, even hands.