flavor (something) with (something)

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flavor (something) with (something)

To add something, such as a spice or an herb, to a dish to enhance or improve its flavor. I'm begging you, please don't flavor the guacamole with cilantro—I hate the taste of it. My Italian relatives love to flavor everything with garlic.
See also: flavor

flavor food with something

to season a food with something. He flavors his gravy with a little sage. Can you flavor the soup with a little less pepper next time?
See also: flavor, food
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It's a key point: producers are these days more likely to focus on matching flavors with spirits in a way that connects logically or emotionally with consumers, rather than straining for novel and even wacky combinations.
Today, there is much less demand for artificial flavors with most consumer product companies jumping on the consumer-driven natural bandwagon."
And because the same meat block can be used for multiple flavors with just a change of the casing, new product development time can be greatly reduced.
To ensure they were indeed producing flavors with taste profiles that met the expectations of today's more discriminating consumers, Nichols' company went back to basics and asked the professionals.
McCormick Flavor introduces new onion flavors with true onion taste.
The introduction of nut flavors and other flavors with sweet and creamy profiles brought a whole new segment of coffee drinkers to the specialty industry, contributing to its overall success.
Natural flavors with other natural flavors (WONF): A natural flavor to which has been added a natural flavor ingredient that is not normally associated with the dominant flavor.
Ultimately consumers want to be able to correlate new flavors with familiar food experiences.
There have been advances in natural flavor extraction, the development of more complex flavors with new raw materials souring, and the use of sophisticated analytical and sensory techniques to blueprint the creation of new flavors."
As with coffee beans and syrups, popular flavors blend coffee flavors with mochas, chocolates, vanillas, spices, and nut profiles.
Flavors with depth need to be built layer upon layer, with different layers adding complexity and dynamism to foods.
"We did notice that this year as opposed to last year, more people were requesting these flavors with more of a creamy note ...
Flavors with vanilla and cream notes are prevalent in their top sellers and this reflects the company's viewpoint toward upcoming flavor trends.
A heavy emphasis will be put on flavors with creamy notes."