Can you think of some foods that start with the letter O? Of course you can. Here are some examples and original facts about foods that start with O.
Foods that Start With O
List of Foods that Start With O
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In Scottish cuisine, Skirlie is an onion-based dish made of oatmeal, onion, salt, black pepper, and animal fat (or butter). Skirlie has been described as like a White pudding (a savory meat and onion-based dish) but without being boiled in a casing. Skirlie is served as a side dish, much like stuffing.
The word oregano is derived from the Classical Greek origanon, which consists of the words oros (“mountain”) and ganos (“brightness”). In Mediterranean cuisine, oregano is an herb that is used in roasts, barbecued meats, salads, entrees, and sauces.
In Spanish and Sicilian cuisine, orange salad is a dish that consists of sliced oranges, salt, black pepper, olive oil, and sometimes vinegar, onions, or sliced fennel. This dish is usually served as an appetizer or as an after-dinner salad.
In Mark Twain’s 1880 work A Tramp Abroad, the author describes opossum (what he called “‘Possum”) as part of a list of American-style dishes that his main characters consider a “nourishing meal”. In the 18th and 19th centuries, opossum meat was widely favored in American cuisine.
In New Orleans cuisine, a Muffuletta is a type of sandwich that contains a layer of olive salad, cheese, salami, Mortadella, and other cured Italian meats, served on a round loaf of bread. The olives in the olive salad are finely chopped and are combined with garlic, Italian relish, and olive oil.
In South Korean cuisine, Nakji-bokkeum is a dish of octopus stir-fried with garlic, ginger, chili peppers, scallions, and seasonings such as soy sauce, sugar, rice syrup, red pepper flakes, and sesame oil. Nakji-bokkeum restaurants are popular in the South Korean district of Mugyo-dong.
Oatmeal is a popular grain in Scotland because of the country’s climate: it has relatively low temperatures and high degrees of humidity. This makes the production of grains like wheat limited — and in Scotland oatmeal is used for porridges, oatcakes, puddings, stuffings, and cheese coatings.
In Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and African cuisines, Bamia is a dish that consists of okra, lamb, and tomatoes. This dish may also be seasoned with olive oil, sugar, salt, pepper, onion, and garlic. The okra plant thrives in tropical, subtropical, and semi-arid regions, and is popular in many cuisines.
In Chinese cuisine, stir-frying is the practice of using a small amount of cooking oil heated to a very high temperature — to quickly cook chopped meats and vegetables in a cooking vessel called a wok. Higher temperatures, in some cases, favor adding less flavoring to certain dishes.
In New Orleans cuisine, Oysters Rockefeller is a dish that consists of oysters on the half shell, dressed with butter, parsley, and bread crumbs. The dish is then baked and garnished with lemon wedges. The dish was developed by New Orleans restaurant worker Jules Alciatore in 1889.