OTHER WORDS FROM starchystarch·i·ly, adverbstarch·i·ness, noun
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When imprinted with carefully designed arrangements of grooves, flat pasta morphs as it cooks, forming tubes, spirals and other shapes traditional for the starchy sustenance.Morphing noodles start flat but bend into curly pasta shapes as they’re cooked|Emily Conover|May 11, 2021|Science News
Shell peas turn starchy shortly after picking, so buy fresh ones only if you know they have been recently harvested.Loaded with two types of peas, radishes and mint, this lemony salad sings spring|Ellie Krieger|April 15, 2021|Washington Post
The pasta dish of cheese and pork, creamy with eggs and silky with starchy pasta water, is one of Rome’s most revered exports.Fluffy carbonara frittata, a riff on the classic pasta|Daniela Galarza|April 15, 2021|Washington Post
Fruit juices and starchy vegetables such as peas, corn and potatoes were not associated with reduced risk of death or chronic diseases.
The Guidelines count fruit juice as a serving of fruit, and recommend up to five cups of starchy vegetables per week.
There are many versions of potato pancakes, and many ways to dress the starchy discs up or down.
Non-Starchy Greens Dairy Creamed spinach makes for a filling side.
These men and women eat badly: cheap, starchy food; low-end meat; rarely any fresh fruit and vegetables.
It is the perfect, easy, healthy meal and almost any vegetable or starchy sides will work well with it.
Something that said, "Hey, I'm not just a starchy side dish, I'm a recipe in my own right, and I demand some respect!"
The starchy matters, on the other hand, are completely changed, and devoted to purposes which will be immediately explained.Elements of Agricultural Chemistry|Thomas Anderson
Wash two chupas of rice and cook it in water until it becomes very soft and starchy.Philippine Mats|Hugo H. Miller
The part used for food is the large root, which is stored with proteid and starchy matter.Prairie Smoke (Second Edition, Revised)|Melvin Randolph Gilmore
The flour of any species of corn, pulse, tuber, or starchy root.
Starchy foods compose probably half the diet of the average human being.