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A layer of food poured or spread over a base of a different type of food to add flavour.‘a cake with a marzipan topping’
layer, covering, overlay, coat, skim, skin, thickness, plating, film, wash, glaze, varnish, veneer, lamination, sheet, finish, dusting, blanket, mantle, daub, smear, crust, patina, lustre, deposit, scale, facing, claddingView synonyms
- ‘Nothing else was in the bowls, but next to the bowls there were smaller bowls filled with all different kinds of toppings for salad!’
- ‘It also may be an exercise in willpower thanks to the fatty toppings that smother your food.’
- ‘Then there are Steamrollers' trademarked Wet Ones, burritos topped with a selection of housemade sauces and toppings.’
- ‘Take pan out of oven and put sauce and toppings on dough.’
- ‘The latter are uniform in shape and come in frosted varieties with innumerable toppings and different fillings.’
- ‘But it could be and should be so much more than it's chewy crusts and several layers of toppings.’
- ‘The rules of the game were, only two scoops, two sauces and three toppings with cherry allowed.’
- ‘The specialty here was Andean steak, served with a bunch of different toppings.’
- ‘With minor modifications to crust, sauce and toppings, the pie takes on new personalities.’
- ‘Pieces of chocolate, orange, blueberry and pear are ideal toppings for any flavour.’
- ‘Stateside Foods makes and distribute pizzas, dough balls and pizza toppings.’
- ‘You can have them ready in the freezer to warm through, halve and finish with the same toppings - just a little less - as the potato pancake.’
- ‘The pizza is as you'd expect, with a thick crust and lots of toppings, but we found it surprisingly light and not greasy.’
- ‘The basic idea is the same, skim the skin off the top, put your toppings on, and cook until gooey.’
- ‘A variety of crusts, fine toppings and an overall performance that was hard to beat.’
- ‘Try a biscuit crust, tortillas, flatbread such as pita, bun halves or a baguette cut in half lengthwise as bases for pizza toppings.’
- ‘I don't mean that I chose different flavors, or played with the toppings.’
- ‘The range of pizzas available at the bistro is massive, but the array of foods used as toppings is even more impressive.’
- ‘Wholemeal flour is used to make the home-made pizza bases and the toppings are created with fresh ingredients - and schools make their own bread.’
- ‘The pizzas got the thumbs up too: the bases were light and fairly thin, the toppings fresh and tasty.’
Excellent.‘that really is a topping dress’fine, of high quality, of a high standard, quality, superiorenjoyable, pleasant, agreeable, pleasing, pleasurable, delightful, great, nice, lovely, amusing, diverting, jolly, merry, lively, festive, cheerful, convivial, congenial, sociableView synonyms
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