flavoured, past participle; flavoring, present participle; flavoured, past tense; flavours, 3rd person singular present; flavored, past participle; flavors, 3rd person singular present; flavored, past tense; flavouring, present participle;
Alter or enhance the taste of (food or drink) by adding a particular ingredient
they use a wide range of spices to flavor their foods
chunks of chicken flavored with herbs
Give a distinctive quality to
the faint exasperation that had flavored her tone
flavorer: something added to food primarily for the savor it imparts
Seasoning is the process of imparting flavor to, or improving the flavor of, food.
(Flavourings) Flavor or flavour (see spelling differences) is the sensory impression of a food or other substance, and is determined mainly by the chemical senses of taste and smell. ...
any product which is added to food in order to change or augment its taste or flavour
(Flavourings) There are thousands of chemical compounds that can be added to our food to change its flavour. Unfortunately, there is no way of knowing which flavourings, or how many of them, have been added to your foods we eat. ...
(Flavourings) may be added to vinegars. Wine vinegar is often flavoured with herbs such as tarragon and basil, or with chillies. Vinegar readily takes up any flavouring. A drink which still survives in some rural areas is raspberry or other fruit vinegar. ...