Definition of 'mozzarella'
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Tear the mozzarella and add it randomly. The Sun (2016) Tear up the mozzarella. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Try mozzarella and tomatoes rather than cheese and pickle. The Sun (2007)She stood alongside three workers whose job was to add a mix of meatballs and mozzarella cheese. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Then tear the mozzarella into small pieces and scatter on top. The Sun (2014)Add any remaining mozzarella and basil leaves. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This is a brilliant recipe for making inexpensive mozzarella taste like the finest buffalo mozzarella. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Follow the recipe for tomato and mozzarella above. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Liberal amounts of mozzarella and parmesan cheese are added. The Sun (2013) Tear the mozzarella into ten pieces and place on top of pizza. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Serve with some rocket and good buffalo mozzarella. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Divide up the tomatoes and the mozzarella and then place on top of the pesto. The Sun (2013) Tear the mozzarella into pieces and put a few in each fig. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Toast the muffin half and top with the tomato slices, basil and mozzarella. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He loves pasta dishes with sauces such as tomato, mozzarella cheese and chillies. The Sun (2010)Scatter over the mozzarella and basil leaves, then the prosciutto. The Sun (2013)Top with the seared chicken, then sprinkle over the shredded mozzarella and tomatoes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Spoon tomato sauce over the aubergine, add chopped olives and thick slices of mozzarella or goat cheese. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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