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Salads and salad dressings

Caesar salad

noun

a salad made with cos lettuce, croutons (=pieces of hard bread), and a dressing containing oil, lemon juice, and egg

coleslaw

noun

a type of salad made from raw cabbage and carrots mixed with mayonnaise

dressing

noun

a mixture of liquids such as oil and vinegar that you pour over salad

Greek salad

noun

a salad consisting of tomatoes, olives, feta cheese, lettuce, and cucumber

green salad

noun

a salad that consists mainly of lettuce (=a round vegetable with thin green leaves)

ranch dressing

noun

a type of salad dressing

salad

noun

a food containing a mixture of raw vegetables such as lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumbers, usually served with a salad dressing

salad

noun

food that has been cut into small pieces and mixed together, usually with a sauce, and served cold

salad cream

noun

a yellow sauce similar to mayonnaise, served on a salad

salad dressing

noun

a sauce that adds flavour to salads, usually made by mixing oil, vinegar, and herbs or spices

slaw

noun

coleslaw

vinaigrette

noun

a sauce for salads and cold vegetables, made from oil, vinegar, and spices

Waldorf salad

noun

a salad that contains nuts, small pieces of apple, and celery all mixed with mayonnaise

food rave

a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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