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sun-dried in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsun-driedˈsun-dried adjective [only before noun] 🔊 🔊 DFsun-dried food has been left in the sun to dry in order to give it a particular taste 🔊 sun-dried tomatoes
Examples from the Corpus
sun-dried• Their preserved counterpart, the sun-dried cherry, is a fairly recent gourmet discovery, however.• He serves the venison with a wild rice compote that contains sun-dried pears, a hard-to-find ingredient.• In a small bowl, mix together the mayonnaise, sun-dried tomatoes and garlic.• Slightly cheaper sun-dried tomatoes are now available in dry form.• An evening meal began promisingly with a bruschetta topped with chopped spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, pesto and feta cheese.• A salad of sun-dried tomatoes to start, she thought, and then perhaps the salmon?• Scatter the Mozzarella over the pizzas, then garnish with the chopped sun-dried tomatoes.