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acetic acid a clear, colorless, sour liquid compound that is the main ingredient in vinegar and is used in solvents, acetate fibers, plastics, and other products.
admixture a mixture, or an ingredient added to a mixture. [1/2 definitions]
alloy a combined form of two or more metals, or of a metal with a nonmetal, sometimes using an inferior ingredient with a more costly one. [1/5 definitions]
corn bread bread made with cornmeal as the main ingredient.
corpus luteum a pharmaceutical preparation made from this gland of a hog or cow, with progesterone as the active ingredient. [1/2 definitions]
dash a small amount of an ingredient added. [1/12 definitions]
durum a variety of wheat whose flour is the basic ingredient of spaghetti and other pasta.
fold1 to mix in (a cooking ingredient) by gently and repeatedly scooping up part and turning it over the rest. [1/16 definitions]
marsh mallow a pink-flowered European mallow common to marshes and now growing in eastern North America, the root of which was once an ingredient in the confection known as marshmallow.
mastic an aromatic gum or resin from the bark of a small evergreen tree of the Mediterranean region, used as an astringent and an ingredient in varnish. [1/3 definitions]
measuring cup a graduated cup used esp. in cooking for measuring ingredients, or a cup intended to hold one specific amount of an ingredient.
opiate having opium or another opiate as an ingredient. [1/7 definitions]
oxtail the tail of an ox, esp. when skinned and used as the main ingredient in soup or stew.
rise of bread and the like, to swell because of the action of yeast or some other ingredient. [1/24 definitions]
salicylic acid a white crystalline powder prepared from salicin or phenol, used as an ingredient in aspirin, as a food preservative and flavoring, and as an antiseptic in treating certain skin conditions.
shrimp made of shrimp, or having shrimp as an ingredient. [1/6 definitions]
sour cream a thick cream that has been soured by lactic acid, used as an ingredient in soups, salads, and various other dishes.
sweet-and-sour prepared with a sauce containing sugar, a tart ingredient such as lemon juice or vinegar, and seasonings.
temper an ingredient added to something to alter or modify its characteristics. [1/11 definitions]