Last Updated on September 2, 2021 By Emma W. Thomas
“Th” is a unique combination of letters. A lot of food items start with the 20th letter of the Alphabet, i.e., T. However, you will be surprised to know how many of them start with the unique combination ‘Th’. There are herbs like thyme and sauces like thousand sauces. Many food items are specialties, such as Thanksgiving turkey is specially made for the Thanksgiving celebration and is enjoyed by friends and family together. Let us have a look at the following list and find out which item starts with the letter ‘Th’.
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Thyme is a Mediterranean herb that is used to serve various purposes. It is used for culinary purposes, but the herb also has medical as well as ornamental properties. The herb has antibacterial, insecticidal, and antifungal properties. It can be used fresh or as a dried herb. Besides, it is also used as an essential oil. The herb has a history of being used for the purpose of embalming. You can easily include thyme in your diet due to its versatile nature. Try using fresh thyme over dried thyme for additional health benefits.
The Following Table Illustrates The Various Ways You Can Incorporate Thyme Into Your Diet.
|Salads||Use fresh thyme leaves.|
|Soups and pasta||Sprinkle over the pasta or soup|
|water||Infuse water or other beverages with thyme|
|Cooked egg, poultry, meat seafood||Sprinkle fresh leaves|
2. Thousand Island Dressing
Thousand island dressing is an American salad dressing and condiment. The dressing uses mayonnaise as the main ingredient. Other ingredients used include lemon juice, olive oil, orange juice, paprika, mustard, Worcestershire sauce, cream, vinegar, tomato purée, chili sauce, ketchup, or Tabasco sauce. Sometimes other finely chopped ingredients such as onions, bell peppers, olives, pickles, garlic nuts, parsley, etc., are added to enhance the flavor of the dressing and add some crunch to it.
3. Three Bean Salad
Three bean salad, as the name suggests, is a salad that uses three types of beans as the main ingredients. The salad is nutritious and is great for summer picnics. You can also consume it as a healthy snack alternative in between meals. The ingredients used in making a three-bean salad are canned green beans, garbanzo beans, kidney beans, celery, parsley, red onion, and a sweet and sour dressing. The salad is dressed with vinegar oil and sugar to create a perfect and balanced taste.
4. Thumbprint Cookie
A thumbprint cookie is a cookie filled with jam that looks very tempting. Thumbprint cookies are called so due to their unique shape. The cookies have a thumb impression of a thumbprint, which makes a hollow space in the cookie where the jam is filled. The cookie can be consumed as a snack or a dessert. Thumbprint cookies are also called jam drops and have originated from Sweden. The cookie is prepared with sugar, butter, flour, and baking powder as its main ingredients. It is flavored with vanilla and is very easy to bake and mold. The cookies are generally filled with raspberry or strawberry jam.
Thieboudienne is a traditional dish that originated in Senegal. The dish is considered the national dish and is made by boiling fish, rice, and tomato sauce in one pot. Additional ingredients are added to enhance the taste, which include onions, cassava, carrots, cabbage, hot pepper, peanut oil, lime, and Maggi cubes. The dish has many versions and can be made with meat or chicken. These versions have their unique names, such as tiep yappa and tiep ganaar.
Theeyal is a dish famous in India, especially in the southern state of Kerala. They literally translate to the burnt dish. The dish got this name due to the use of roasted coconut and its brown color. The dish has a soupy consistency and uses a mixture of spices, including fenugreek, roasted coconut, coriander seed, and dried red chili as ingredients. The spices are made into a smooth paste and boiled in tamarind water along with vegetables. The rich gravy has a brownish color and is mostly consumed with rice.
7. Thengai Sadam
Thengai Sadam or coconut rice is another delicacy from the southern part of India. This easy and flavorsome rice dish is made from freshly grated coconuts, tempering spices, and curry leaves. The dish is served with other side dishes and accompaniments. The dish has a one-pot version as well, where the rice is cooked with spices and coconut milk in a single pot. It is extremely delicious and can be prepared in a very short duration of time.
8. Thai Red Curry
Thai red curry is a popular dish originating from Thailand. It consists of red curry paste cooked in coconut milk. Meat is added to the curry in the form of chicken, pork, beef, duck, or shrimp. Sometimes tofu can also be added to the red curry to make a tasty and protein-rich vegetarian version.
Thandai is an Indian cold drink that is made with milk and loaded with dry fruits. The drink is made with a mixture of almonds, fennel seed, watermelon kernel, cardamom, saffron, rose petal, pepper, poppy seeds, milk, and sugar. The beverage is popular in India and is mostly consumed in the summer months. It is mandatorily prepared in the Holi and Mahashivratri celebrations in India. The rich milkshake is also frozen and consumed as ice cream called Thandai Kulfi. The color and taste of the beverage can vary depending on the taste enhancer and dry fruits used.
Thhukpa is a Tibetan noodle soup that has its origin in the eastern part of Tibet. The dish is extremely famous in India as well and is consumed in the states of Uttarakhand, Darjeeling, Sikkim, Kalimpong, and Arunachal Pradesh, India. There are numerous versions of this Tibetan dish, largely influenced by the region and its specific taste. It is also famous in Nepal, where it contains chili powder and garam masala, which makes it hot and spicy.
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