Some of the snacks that begin with the letter "E" are eclairs with pastry cream and maple espresso glaze, elote and egg salad carbonara. Elote is a Mexican snack.Continue Reading
Elote can be bought from street vendors in Mexico. It is actually grilled corn that is flavored with cotija cheese, mayonnaise and ancho chile powder. For making egg salad carbonara, ingredients like large eggs, grated Pecorino cheese, mayonnaise, grated Parmesan cheese, crumbled bacon and ground black pepper are required.
For making eclairs with pastry cream and maple espresso glaze, various ingredients like egg, milk, cornstarch, espresso powder, butter, cream, maple syrup and sugar are necessary.Learn more about Food Facts
Some foods that start with the letter "H" include ham, hamburger, hare, haricot verts, haricot beans, hazelnuts and hominy. Many foods that start with "H" are fish, including haddock, hoki, halibut, hake and herring.Full Answer >
A few foods that start with the letter "J" are jalapeno peppers, jicama, Jerusalem artichokes, juniper berries and Jello. It's important to note the the "J" actually makes an "H" sound at the beginning of "jalapeno" and "jicama," as both words originate from the Spanish language.Full Answer >
Foods that start with the letter "c" include cashew, cranberry, coconut, cilantro, chervil, cherry, cheese, chestnuts, chicken, cabbage, cake, calf liver, calf brains, cantaloupe, chub, chorizo, collard greens, clementine, clotted cream, cloves, citron, citrus, croissant, cucumber, cumin, curly endive, curly kale and currant. Other foods that start with "c" are carrots, cauliflower, catfish, celery, chayote, cod, cockles, corn, corn salad, cream, cream cheese, chili pepper, cinnamon and clam.Full Answer >
Some foods that start with the letter Z are zucchini, ziti, zest and zander. Zucchini is a fast growing summer squash with soft, edible skin. Zest is the grated outer peel of citrus fruits. Ziti is a tube-shaped pasta that is commonly served with light sauces or baked in casseroles. Zander is a white freshwater fish with large flakes.Full Answer >