Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In Porto Rico, a species of dodder, Cuscuta Americana, which in places covers masses of vegetation with its yellow, thread-like, twining stems.

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Examples

  • But this faster version combines vegetables, seafood, and noodles, broken into smaller pieces as in the Spanish cousin of paella called fideos.

    The Food Matters Cookbook

  • Then, in the Mexican section of the market, I saw some little packages of "fideos", which were clearly skinny little egg noodles.

    Fideos or Something Like Them, With Avocado and Pickled Onions

  • Then, in the Mexican section of the market, I saw some little packages of "fideos", which were clearly skinny little egg noodles.

    Toast:

  • Its orange or yellowish strands, appropriately called "fideos" (spaghetti) in Costa Rica, can total more than 500 meters from a single seed.

    Evil Eye

  • Its orange or yellowish strands, appropriately called "fideos" (spaghetti) in Costa Rica, can total more than 500 meters from a single seed.

    Evil Eye

  • Its orange or yellowish strands, appropriately called "fideos" (spaghetti) in Costa Rica, can total more than 500 meters from a single seed.

    Evil Eye

  • There are even paellas made sans rice fideos—the thinnest of noodles—and quinoa are able substitutes.

    Bits & Bites: News You Can Eat

  • Add the fideos and cook, stirring, until tender, about 6 minutes.

    Daisy’s Holiday Cooking

  • If you're a Mejicana or Mejicano and don't know who he is, you should be tied to a hot stove with yucca rope and beaten with sharp dry corn husks as you stand in a vat of soggy fideos.

    Loving Pedro Infante by Denise Chavez

  • If you're a Mejicana or Mejicano and don't know who he is, you should be tied to a hot stove with yucca rope and beaten with sharp dry corn husks as you stand in a vat of soggy fideos.

    Loving Pedro Infante by Denise Chavez

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