List Of 13 Foods That Start With Th:
#1 Three Bean Salad
It is one of those American summer picnic foods that is typically produced with canned green beans. Also, it is traditionally dressed with a sour and sweet dressing which is made with oil, vinegar, and sugar.
It is a French dish which consists of a creamy mixture of egg yolks, cooked lobster meat, and brandy, stuffed into a lobster shell.
Thimbleberries, also referred to as flowering raspberries, is a species of Rubus that is native to North America. It is part of the Rosaceae family and is in the same genus as blackberry, raspberry, boysenberry (considered to be a variety of blackberry), loganberry, dewberry, and tayberry.
The plant grows along roadsides, woodland edges, and railroad tracks. Also, thimbleberry grows from sea level up to elevations of 10,000 feet (3,000 meters).
It is a south Indian dish.
#5 Thin Crust Pizza
It refers to any pizza baked with especially flattened or thin dough.
#6 Thin Mints
It is a delicious girl scout cookie of chocolate and mint.
#7 Thousand Island Dressing
- Tabasco sauce;
- olive oil;
- tomato purée;
- lemon juice;
- chili sauce;
- Worcestershire sauce;
- orange juice.
Thosai, also known as dhosa, dosa, dosai, dosay, tosai, or dhosai, is a southern Indian crepe that is usually made from rice flour, stuffed with chicken, vegetables, and served with chutney. The earliest mention of thosai can be found in the Tamil literature of sixth century CE.
It a Czech dumpling filled with cheese or fruit.
#10 Thumbprint Cookies
The name ”thumbprint” comes from the fact you use your “thumb” to make an indentation into each ball of dough and then fill it with jam. Thumbprint cookies are produced with a shortbread-like dough which is formed into balls and then rolled in either dried coconut or chopped nuts.
These are potato dumplings made from 2-parts raw, one-part cooked, mashed potatoes and another part that consists of finely shredded potatoes.
#12 Thuringian Sausage
Also known in German as Thüringer Rostbratwurst, Thuringian sausage is a sausage from the German state of Thuringia, one of the least known German states. The sausage has been made for centuries, with the oldest known recipe dating back to 1613.
Thyme is an evergreen herb which blooms with small pink, white, and purple flowers. In ancient Greece, they added thyme to bathwater or used it as an incense in temples. Also, the ancient Egyptians used the herb as an embalming fluid.
Thanks to its properties as an expectorant, thyme helps relieve discomfort due to asthma, bronchitis (an inflammation of the lining of your bronchial tubes), and allergies, when taken as a tea.
It is also considered that thyme is effective against nightmares due to its suitability for people who have unconscious problems which disturb their sleep. Thyme essential oil is produced from its leaves and is used as a natural cough remedy.