The game in English, but you can name kitchen items from your country. I would enjoy learning about that.
Well, here are some more Tablespoons for Mercia’s Scotch Broth
Salsa Sauce (i eat this with nachos)
That’s it? I win? No one is commenting.
No, you haven’t. I replied with “cellophane paper”
Game still goes on
I thought the game was to tell the next word from the last alphabet, but you used last 2 alphabets. Isn’t it cheating?
You must read completely "letter or letters
Naan (Flatbread in English)
This is a Naan. We call it a naan in India. Typically, it is served hot and brushed with butter on top. It can be used to scoop other foods or served stuffed with a filling because there is little to no flavour in naan so we have to dip this in some sort of gravy like chicken gravy.
Directly from Indonesia, here comes Nutmeg
We call it that here too. I can purchase it at my local supermarket.
Eggs I took the “eg” from @maitasun’s nutmeg.
Hmmm, how about …
Artificial sweeteners are just like sugar but not actual sugar. They are many times sweeter than a normal sugar that we use, but we can use them in the sugar free drinks, yougurt or any food. We use this often!