food /fuːd/ (noun) things that people or animals eat Example: Do we have enough food for this winter?
broken rice /ˈbrəʊk(ə)n rʌɪs/ is fragments of rice grains, broken in the field, during drying, during transport Example:
steamed sticky rice /stiːmd ˈstɪki rʌɪs/ Example:
noodle soup /ˈnuːd(ə)l suːp/ is a common dish across East Asia, Example:
rice noodles /rʌɪs ˈnuːd(ə)lz / are noodles made from rice. Example:
pancakes /ˈpænkeɪk/ (noun) a thin flat round cake made from a mixture of flour, eggs and milk that is fried on both sides, usually eaten hot for breakfast in the US, and in the UK either as a dessert with sugar, jam, etc. or as a main course with meat, cheese, etc. Example:
dumpling /ˈdʌmplɪŋ/ (noun) a small ball of dough (= a mixture of flour, fat and water) that is cooked and served with meat dishes or in soup Example:
rice paper /ˈraɪs peɪpər/ (noun) a type of very thin paper made from tropical plants, used as a base for some types of cake Example:
spring roll /ˌsprɪŋ ˈrəʊl/ (noun) a type of Chinese food consisting of a tube of thin pastry , filled with vegetables and/or meat and fried until it is hard and dry Example: Spring rolls are one of the traditional Vietnamese dishes for Tet.