English version

dollop in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdollopdol‧lop /ˈdɒləp $ ˈdɑː-/ noun [countable] informal  1 DFa small amount of soft food, usually dropped from a spoondollop of a dollop of thick cream2 an amount of somethingdollop of You’ll need a big dollop of luck.dollop verb [transitive]
Examples from the Corpus
dollopTaylor deserves a dollop of the blame.He put a dollop of honey on his bread and spread it around with a knife.You squeeze a dollop of special paste into a small cup at the base of the burner and light it.Frothy, with a dollop of chocolate across the top, this Joe gets a 10.Garnish with a dollop of sour cream. 80 Many sausage mixtures are heavy and usually contain a fair amount of fat.Drop corn mixture by dollops into skillet and saute until lightly browned on both sides.It also swallowed a healthy dollop of spending on advertising.Bushes weigh their meted dollops, and the boxy clapboard churches are drenched and cleansed by a piquant light from the east.Then serve on its own, or with a nice dollop of cream, or ice cream.Louise watched as the dollop of mashed potato fell onto her plate.