- Madeira cake
- Madeira cake ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a close-textured, rich kind of sponge cake.
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Madeira cake — ( pt. Bolo Inglês; literally, English Cake ) is a popular Portuguese traditional type of English cake, from the Madeira Islands.Rectangular in shape and with the appearance of a small loaf, the cake was traditionally served with Madeira wine… … Wikipedia
Madeira cake — noun a rich sponge cake with close texture; intended to be eaten with a glass of Madeira wine • Syn: ↑Madeira sponge • Hypernyms: ↑sponge cake * * * Madeira cake noun A plain, rich sponge cake • • • Main Entry: ↑Madeira * * * … Useful english dictionary
Madeira cake — UK / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms Madeira cake : singular Madeira cake plural Madeira cakes British a type of pale yellow cake … English dictionary
Madeira cake — noun A simple cake, rather like a pound cake, with added lemon zest but no fruit; traditionally eaten with a glass of Madeira wine … Wiktionary
Madeira cake — noun Brit. a close textured, rich kind of sponge cake. Origin so named because formerly eaten as an accompaniment to Madeira wine … English new terms dictionary
Madeira cake — Ma deira cake n [U and C] a kind of plain yellow cake … Dictionary of contemporary English
Madeira cake — noun (U) a kind of plain yellow cake … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
Madeira cake — /məˈdɪərə keɪk/ (say muh dearruh kayk) noun a rich, yellow cake, containing no fruit, and flavoured only with lemon … Australian English dictionary
Madeira (disambiguation) — Madeira (the Portuguese word for wood) is the name of a group of islands in the Atlantic Ocean, an autonomous region of Portugal and a popular holiday destination. It is also the name of the largest of the islands.It may also refer to:;Other… … Wikipedia
Cake — For other uses, see Cake (disambiguation). A layered pound cake filled with raspberry jam and lemon curd, and finished with buttercream frosting Cake is a form of bread or bread like food. In its modern forms, it is typically a … Wikipedia