savoury

Savoury vs Vada - What's the difference?

savoury | vada |


As nouns the difference between savoury and vada

is that savoury is while vada is a type of savoury doughnut eaten as a snack in south asia.

As a adjective savoury

is .

As a verb vada is

(polari) to look (at), to see.

Savoury vs Crumpet - What's the difference?

savoury | crumpet |


As nouns the difference between savoury and crumpet

is that savoury is while crumpet is a type of savoury cake, typically flat and round, made from batter and yeast, containing many small holes and served toasted, usually with butter.

As a adjective savoury

is .

Savoury vs Savory - What's the difference?

savoury | savory | Alternative forms |

Savoury is an alternative form of savory.


As adjectives the difference between savoury and savory

is that savoury is while savory is tasty, attractive to the palate.

As nouns the difference between savoury and savory

is that savoury is while savory is a snack or savory can be any of several mediterranean herbs, of the genus , grown as culinary flavourings.

Savoury vs Tasteful - What's the difference?

savoury | tasteful |


As adjectives the difference between savoury and tasteful

is that savoury is while tasteful is having or exhibiting good taste; aesthetically pleasing or conforming to expectations or ideals of what is appropriate.

As a noun savoury

is .

Savoury vs Okonomiyaki - What's the difference?

savoury | okonomiyaki |


As nouns the difference between savoury and okonomiyaki

is that savoury is while okonomiyaki is a savoury pan-fried japanese batter cake including many vegetables.

As a adjective savoury

is .

Savoury vs Pud - What's the difference?

savoury | pud |


As nouns the difference between savoury and pud

is that savoury is while pud is (colloquial) pudding (either sweet or savoury) or pud can be (colloquial) child's hand; child's fist or pud can be .

As a adjective savoury

is .

Savoury vs Slice - What's the difference?

savoury | slice |


As a adjective savoury

is .

As a noun slice is

that which is thin and broad.

As a verb slice is

to cut into slices.

Savoury vs Cracker - What's the difference?

savoury | cracker |


As a adjective savoury

is .

As a noun cracker is

a dry, thin, crispy, and usually salty or savoury biscuit or cracker can be (us|pejorative|racial slur) an impoverished white person from the southeastern united states, originally associated with georgia and parts of florida; by extension: any white person.

Savoury vs Fajita - What's the difference?

savoury | fajita |


As a adjective savoury

is .

As a noun fajita is

a tex-mex dish of strips of spicy marinated meat and/or vegetables in a soft flour tortilla, often served with salad or a savoury filling.

Savoury vs Starter - What's the difference?

savoury | starter |


As a adjective savoury

is .

As a noun starter is

someone who starts something.

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