- n. The quality or state of being tangy.
- n. a tart spicy quality
“I'm tasting a lot of bitterness and on the finish I'm getting the tanginess of molasses.”
“I topped the burrito with a good squirt of their hottest habanero salsa to counter the mild tanginess of the tomatillo.”
“While a certain tanginess is vital to prevent the sugar in a barbecue marinade, necessary for that caramelised crust, from turning the rack to candy, I think there's a bit too much going on here.”
“The tanginess of the two fruits remains in the finished dish, leaving you with an almost refreshing dessert that goes great with vanilla ice cream.”
“Smoked blue cheese has an even stronger flavor still, with the tanginess of the cheese and the strong, smokey flavor that I associate with barbecue.”
“Again, the set is far too solid, but I do like the slight tanginess which helps to balance the rich sweetness of the cream.”
“Although I'm surprised to find I miss the faint tanginess Nigella's sour cream imparted although full marks for accuracy, Marcus, this is the first cheesecake I find myself actively picking at as I portion it out – it is indeed deliciously smooth, rather than fluffy, and really quite moreish.”
“Memaw always used peeled russets, mustard, Miracle Whip (mayonaise just doesn't have the same tanginess), chopped sweet pickles (relish doesn't have the same crunch) a little pickle juice, and always some of that mornings bacon (crumbled up) with some of the drippings, along with a small jar of drained pimentoes and chopped hard boiled eggs.”
“The cheese has the texture of the softest tofu and just a hint of tanginess from the goat's milk.”
“The cranberry puree and dried cranberries give them a great burst of tanginess.”
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