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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for asado

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Asado This is not to be confused with ' in the Philippines, which is a dish cooked in a sweet, tomato-based stew usually accompanied by potatoes, carrots, and other vegetables. True to the "East-meets-West" nature of Philippine cuisine and culture in general, ' is also used as a filling in ' (), the local variant of ' (包子). There is also a version of ' that is of Filipino-Chinese origin: the term is used for dried, red-coloured sweetmeats that are otherwise known by its Cantonese name, '.
Asado Cooking can be done ' or '. In the first case a fire is made on the ground or in a fire pit and surrounded by metal crosses (") that hold the entire carcass of an animal splayed open to receive the heat from the fire. In the second case a fire is made and after the charcoal has formed, a grill with the meat is placed over it.
Asado In many ', ', ' (black pudding), ' (cow chitterlings), ' (sweetbread), and other organs, often accompanied by ', would be served first while the cuts that require longer preparations are still on the grill. Sometimes these are served on a coal-heated '. ' may be served with ' or baguette bread as ' to serve as appetizers.
Asado Food is often accompanied by salads, which in ' gatherings are traditionally made by women on site or brought to the ' from their homes while the men focus on the meats. Salad Olivier (') is one of the most common salads served at '. In Paraguay Chipa Guasu, Sopa paraguaya and boiled manioc as a side dish is also served.
Asado In Chile, the normal version ' (whole roast lamb) is usually accompanied with ', a local condiment made from pureed herbs, garlic, and hot peppers; in many ways similar to ". The dish is typical of southern Chile and is served hot accompanied by salads. A whole lamb is tied to a spit and is then roasted perpendicular on a wood fire. The preparation lasts around 5 hours since cooking must be constant and on a low heat.
Asado In Argentina, asado was the term used for the disposal of the bodies of those who had died under state torture.
Asado Usually the ' begins by igniting the charcoal, which is often made of native trees, avoiding pines and eucalyptus as they have strong-smelling resins. In more sophisticated ' the charcoal is of a specific tree or made on the coal of recently burned wood, which is also commonplace when having an " in a campfire. In Uruguay, charcoal is not used, but instead direct embers or hot coals.
Asado In Brazil, ' is called ', although the cooking is usually faster. Grilled and salted meat in Brazil is generally called "carne asada" and is often cut into small strips and served on a plate or cutting board in the middle of the table for all to partake. Various grilled meats, pork, sausages and occasionally chicken are also passed around from table to table on a spit and a slice is offered to each person. This is called "rodizio" because each person partakes in turn. Charcoal is predominantly used instead of embers of wood, and Brazilians tend to cook the meat on skewers or grills. In some places, the meat is seasoned with salt and a bit of sugar.
Asado In Mexico, there exists a similar tradition known as ' or "carne asadas", which incorporates various marinated cuts of meat, including steaks, chicken, and sausages (', ', and ' being especially popular). These are all grilled over wood charcoal. Vegetables are also placed over the grill, especially green onions ('), ', and corn ("").
Asado An ' will almost always include meats, and usually (or alternatively) ' and/or offal. Generally in more elaborate versions the ' and meats are accompanied by red wine and salads. In more formal events and restaurants, food is prepared by an assigned (barbecuer) or ' (griller), the cook. In informal and relaxed settings, this is customarily done in a collective manner by volunteers.