mahonesa translation | Spanish-English dictionary



      sf   mayonnaise
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mahonesa nf.

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"mahonesa": examples and translations in context
Huevo con mahonesa y helado de chocolate. Another egg mayonnaise and a chocolate mousse.
De los condimentos más importantes que han salido de la cocina menorquina destacamos la salsa mahonesa. The most important condiment that has come out of the Menorca cuisine in Spain is mayonnaise.
La historia de la mahonesa comienza en 1756, aunque algunos historiadores apuntan que ya en el siglo XVI estaba presente en la cocina de los menorquines. The history of mayonnaise begins in 1756, although some historians point out that it was already present in Menorcan cooking in the 16th Century.
Licores, vinos, repostería, mahonesa, productos del cerdo, son todo productos típicos de la buena mesa menorquina. Liquors, wines, pastries, mayonnaise, pork products... all of these ingredients are musts in a Menorca dinner table.
Intenté cambiárselo a John Gurry por un libro sobre gusanos, pero se echó atrás porque llevaba demasiada mahonesa. I tried to trade it to John Gurry for a book about worms, but he backed out 'cause you used too much mayo.
Un sándwich de ensalada de atún con mahonesa, un Tab y un par de pastelitos. Tuna fish salad on white bread with mayonnaise... ...a Tab and a couple of Twinkies.
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