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- adj. Made to taste sweet.
- adj. Containing sweetener.
- adj. Made more appealing or more attractive with incentives.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sweeten.
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- adj. with sweetening added
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These chewy bar cookies have a layers of chocolate, nuts and coconut, soaked in sweetened condensed milk, and all stacked on a graham cracker crust.
I topped my cake with plain sweetened whipped cream to let the fabulousness of the cake take centre stage.
My memories of Eid as a child were flooded with color, bright new clothes, laughter, and the taste of sivaiyyan [vermicelli noodles in sweetened milk] first thing in the morning.
Gradually beat in sweetened condensed milk and vanilla until smooth.
Now quinine lurks in sweetened soda water to help dull the bite of Tanqueray.
One could also use plain sweetened whipped cream for this cake - it is chocolatey enough to stand up to that.
Balanced well in sweetened and acid savours, Kronenbourg Extra Fine is a 100% pure malt beer with a fine bitterness and floral and fruity flavours.
The pie is seasoned with vanilla, canela, allspice & clove, and the pumpkin sweetened with piloncillo.
The stories of the martyrs of old and of late, the sufferers in giving witness to him under the dragon and under the false prophet, the neglect of life in women and children on his account, contempt of torments, whilst his name sweetened all, have rendered this truth clear to men and angels.
Zynodoa’s Mike Lund created black-pepper tuiles for serving Jessica Sidman’s Green Tomato Marbled Goat Cheese Ice Cream and topped it with crushed corn nuts and peeled grape tomatoes marinated in sweetened rice wine vinegar.