Definition of 'tinned'
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Add the drained kidney beans and tinned tomatoes and simmer on a low heat. The Sun (2016)Buy organic dry and canned goods such as pasta sauce, baked beans and tinned tomatoes when they are s t a while. The Sun (2016)Reducing tinned tomatoes and enriching them with cream means the sauce has that local takeaway authenticity that a ready meal just can't provide. The Sun (2017)Add tinned tomatoes, chilli powder and ground cumin, then season with pepper. The Sun (2016)When onions are very soft, add the tikka spice powder, tinned tomatoes and chopped coriander and bring to the boil. The Sun (2017)The official recipe for bolognese calls for tomato paste rather than tinned or fresh tomatoes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They took the wrong sort of tent and their tinned food proved inedible. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are no preservatives in tinned soup. The Sun (2016)They also like tinned fruit in its own juice. The Sun (2010)The tinned tuna and baked beans are top drawer. The Sun (2016)For many people tinned food is synonymous with crisis. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Still one of the best tinned soups around. The Sun (2010)Like those weird things they do with salad cream and tinned fruit. Times, Sunday Times (2015)So she mixed it up with tinned tuna and left it by the hedge. Times, Sunday Times (2009)So it was cold tinned soup with vodka in. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Keep tinned fruits without sugar to a minimum also. The Vitality Diet (1990)Last night special attention was paid to a pan of tinned soup. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Buy tinned fruit in natural juice rather than syrup. Coping with Angina (1990)The tinned food is running out. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And tinned food is for soldiers. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Spoon out the baked beans in a layer, then do the same for the tinned tomatoes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We might make him a pasta with tomato sauce; then add tinned tuna. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If mixture sticks, add some of the tinned tomato juice. The Sun (2014)If a thicker consistency is preferred, pour away some of the juice from the tinned tomatoes. Asthma and Eczema - special diet cookbook (1989)Place tuna fillet or tinned tuna on top, season and garnish with anchovy fillet and lemon wedges. Times, Sunday Times (2013)I'm also a dab hand at tinned salmon soufflé. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Mix 100g drained tinned salmon with a chopped spring onion and plain low-fat yogurt. The Sun (2007)Fish cakes, made with tinned salmon, with herby mayonnaise. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Mix 60g of well-drained tinned salmon with a chopped spring onion and a teaspoon of reduced fat salad cream. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'tinned'
British English: tinned /tɪnd/ ADJECTIVE
Tinned food has been preserved by being sealed in a tin.
- American English: canned food
- Arabic: مُعَلَّب
- Brazilian Portuguese: enlatado
- Chinese: 罐装的
- Croatian: konzerviran
- Czech: konzervovaný
- Danish: dåse-
- Dutch: ingeblikt
- European Spanish: enlatado
- Finnish: säilyke-
- French: en boîte
- German: konserviert
- Greek: κονσερβαρισμένος
- Italian: in scatola
- Japanese: 缶詰にした
- Korean: 통조림한
- Norwegian: hermetisert
- Polish: konserwowy
- European Portuguese: enlatado
- Romanian: conservatîn cutii metalice
- Russian: консервированный
- Spanish: enlatado
- Swedish: konserverad
- Thai: ที่บรรจุกระป๋อง
- Turkish: kutulanmış konserve
- Ukrainian: консервований
- Vietnamese: đóng hộp
Definition of tinned from the Collins English Dictionary
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