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instant in Food, dish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishinstantin‧stant1 /ˈɪnstənt/ ●●○ W3 adjective  1 IMMEDIATELY[usually before noun] happening or produced immediately syn immediate an instant success a system that provides instant access to client information The women took an instant dislike to one another. The programme brought an instant response.2 [only before noun]DFF instant food, coffee etc is in the form of powder and prepared by adding hot water instant coffee instant soup
Examples from the Corpus
instantUnderwater cables permitted instant communication between the continents.He took an instant dislike to LeRoy.The workers are being threatened with instant dismissal.I would reach for two mugs and two packets of the instant drink mix which was our evening ration.Polreis and Kimsey became instant friends, a bond made closer by the fact that both ultimately adopted children.We knew that there were no instant or easy solutions to overcome the problems that we faced.The Marlins come as close to being instant pudding as almost any professional franchise in history.It was a brilliant move, and one that gave Clinton instant Stature-presidential stature-in the minds of many previous doubters.Foam-breathing would have many uses, beginning with the use of oxygenated foam for instant well-being.