[ UK /pɪmˈɛntə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. fully ripened sweet red pepper; usually cooked
  2. plant bearing large mild thick-walled usually bell-shaped fruits; the principal salad peppers
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How To Use pimento In A Sentence

  • Suddenly I realized what those little bright bits in the soup must've been: pimento which is basically roasted red pepper. Childhood memory chicken soup
  • A main course prepared by students from the Trisakti School of Tourism consisted of stewed beef stuffed in pimentos, served with mashed sweet potatoes, a perfect treat for food lovers.
  • Its sauce is rich with tomatoes cooked with wine, sherry, cinnamon and more pimenton.
  • They found that the 10 most inhibitory oils were derived from thyme, cinnamon, bay, clove, almond, lovage, pimento, marjoram, angelica, and nutmeg.
  • , asked Rex, ‘I can make you a pimento cheese sandwich.’
  • The chili's smoky flavor comes from the Spanish paprika called pimenton, which makes the stew taste as if it cooked for hours. Chicagotribune.com - News
  • Meanwhile, process pimentos and lemon juice in a food processor for 30-45 seconds, until a sauce forms.
  • Add cumin and pimenton, stirring to cook the spices, then add the stock. Times, Sunday Times
  • Spices such as pimento or allspice, ginger, and peppers are used commonly in a number of dishes.
  • A Jamaican speciality, jerk pork is rubbed in hot spices and cooked over pimento wood to impart a memorable flavour.
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