Fast Food in Spanish | Basic Spanish Lessons


fast food in spanish

What is another word for fast food in Spanish?



The concept of fast food is an eating style where food is prepared and served to consume quickly. Generally, it is delicious on the palate but contains a high caloric level.

In this section, you will learn about the most popular types of fast food and their translation into Spanish.

The Fast Food in Spanish (La Comida Rápida)


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Pollo Frito (Fried Chicken)

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Pizza (Pizza)


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Perro Caliente (Hot Dog)

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Papas Fritas (Fried Potatoes)


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Hamburguesa (Hamburger)

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Emparedado, Bocadillo,
Sándwich
 (Sandwich)


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Alitas de Pollo (Chicken Wings)

Describe Food in Spanish

food adjectives in spanish

How do you describe food in Spanish?

List of the Spanish Adjectives to describe food:

Words to describe Food (Palabras para describer Los Alimentos) – Translated from English to Spanish

 Useful Words-Palabras Útiles

Acidic-Ácido

Acrid-Acre

Amazing-Asombroso

Ambrosial-Ambrosíaco

Appealing-Atractivo

Appetizing-Apetitoso

Awesome-Impresionante

Bad-Malo

Bitter-Amargo

Bittersweet-Agridulce

Bland-Soso

Brilliant-Muy bueno

Burnt-Quemado

Buttery-Mantecoso

Chalky-Gredoso

Cheesy-Caseoso

Chewy-Correoso

Chocolaty-con chocolate

Citrusy-Cítrico

Cool-Fresco

Creamy-Cremoso

Crispy-Crujiente

Crumbly-Desmoronadizo

Crunchy-Crujiente

Crusty-Crujiente

Delectable-Delicioso

Delicious-Delicioso

Delightful-Encantador

Distasteful-Desagradable

Divine-Divino

Doughy-Pastoso

Dry-Seco

Dull-Aburrido

Eggy-con huevos

Enjoyable-Agradable

Enticing-Tentador

Excellent-Excelente

Exquisite-Exquisito

Extraordinary-Extraordinario

Fantastic-Fantástico

Fatty-Graso

Fiery-Ardiente

Fishy-con sabor de pescado

Fit For A King-Digno de un rey

Fizzy-Gaseoso

Flakey-en escamas

Flat-sin efervescencia

Flavor-Sabor

Flavorful-Sabroso

Fresh-Fresco

Fried-Frito

Fruity-Fruity

Full-Bodied-Con cuerpo

Gamey-sabor de carne de caza

Garlicky-Ajoso

Gelatinous-Gelatinoso

Gingery-sabor de jengibre

Glazed-Glaseado

Good-Bueno

Gooey-Pegajoso

Grainy-Granoso

Greasy-Grasiento

Gritty-Arenoso

Harsh-Áspero

Hearty-Abundante

Heavenly-Celestial

Heavy-Pesado

Herbal-Herbario

Horrible-Horrible

Hot-Caliente

Icy-Helado

Juicy-Jugoso

Lean-Magro

Lemony-con sabor de limon

Light-Lite

Malty-De malta

Marvelous-Maravilloso

Mashed-Puré

Meaty-Carnoso

Mild-Suave

Minty-Menta

Moist-Húmedo

Mouthwatering-muy rico

Mushy-Pulposo

Oily-Aceitoso

Oniony-con sabor de cebollas

Out of This World-Fuera De Este Mundo

Overripe-Demasiado maduro

Palatable-Sabroso

Peppery-con pimienta

Pickled-En vinagre

Piquant-Picante

Plain-Sencillo

Pleasant-Agradable

Pleasant Tasting-Rico

Pleasing-Agradable

Powdery-En polvo

Raw-Crudo

Refreshing-Refrescante

Rich-Pesado

Ripe-Maduro

Roasted-Asado

Robust-Robusto

Rubbery-Gomoso

Runny-Líquido

Salty-Salado

Sapid-Sabroso

Satisfying-que satisface

Sautéed-Salteado

Savory-Ajedrea

Scrumptious-De chuparse los dedos

Seared-Chamuscado

Seasoned-Sazonado

Sharp-Agudo

Silky-Sedoso

Slimy-Baboso

Smokey-Ahumado

Smooth-Sin grumos

Soggy-Empapado

Sour-Agrio

Spicy-Picante

Spongy-Esponjoso

Stale-Seco / Viciado

Sticky-Pegajoso

Stringy-Fibroso

Strong-Fuerte

Succulent-Suculento

Sugary-Azucarado

Superb-Magnífico

Sweet-Dulce

Sweet-And-Sour-Agridulce

Syrupy-Almibarado

Tangy-Picante

Tantalizing-Tentador

Tart-Ácido

Tasteless-Insípido soso

Tasty-Sabroso

Tender-Tierno

Terrific-Estupendo

Toasted-Tostado

Tough-Duro

Unflavored-Sin saborizantes artificiales

Unseasoned-No sazonado

Velvety-Aterciopelado

Vinegary-Vinagroso

Watery-Acuoso

Wonderful-Maravilloso

Yummy-Sabroso

Plant Protein in Spanish

Plant Protein in Spanish


What does plant protein mean in Spanish?

It’s time to learn how to name the plant protein in Spanish translation.

– Cereals (Cereales) in Spanish

• Avena, Oat (Avena sativa) = Avena

• Barley (Hordeum vulgare) = Cebada

• Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) = Alforfón o trigo sarraceno

• Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) = Quinua, Quínoa

• Rye (Secale cereale) = Centeno

• Maize, Corn (Zea mays) = Maíz

• Millet = Mijo

• Rice (Oryza) = Arroz

• Sorghum (Sorghum) = Sorgo

• Wheat (Triticum) = Trigo

Plant Protein in Spanish translation

Beans or Grain Legumes (Leguminosas en grano) in Spanish

• Broad Bean (Vicia faba) = Habas (All Spanish-Speaking Countries)

• Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) = Frijol (Mexico, Guatemala), Fríjol (Colombia), Poroto (Argentina, Uruguay and Chile), Habichuela, Judía & Alubia (Spain), Fréjol (Ecuador), Frejol (Peru), Caraota (Venezuela)

• Chick Pea (Cicer arietinum) = Garbanzo

• Cowpea = Caupí o chícharo salvaje

• Lentil (Lens culinaris) = Lenteja

• Pea (Pisum sativum) = Guisante (Spain), Arveja (Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Guatemala), Chícharos (Mexico), Petit-Pois

• Soy Bean (Glycine max) = Soja o Soya

– Nuts (Nueces) in Spanish

• Almond (Prunus dulcis) = Almendra

• Brazil Nut (Bertholletia excelsa) = Nuez de Brasil o Castaña de monte

• Cashew (Anacardium occidentale) = Semilla de Marañon (Central America), Castañas de cajú (South America), Anacardo (Spain)

• Chesnut (Castanea) = Castaña, Castanea

• Coconut (Cocos nucifera) = Coco

• Hazelnut, Filbert (Corylus avellana) = Avellana

• Macadamia (Macadamia) = Macadamia

• Peanut / Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea) = Maní (Central and South America), Cacahuete (Spain), Cacahuate (Mexico), Manía

• Pecan (Carya illinoinensis) = Pecana o Pecán

• Pine Nut (Pinus) = Piñón

• Pistachio (Pistacia vera) = Pistacho

• Walnut (Juglans) = Nuez común

– Other Seeds in Spanish

• Cacao (Theobroma cacao) = Cacao

• Celery Seed (Apium graveolens) = (Semillas de) Apio

Coffee (Coffea) = Café

• Popcorn (Zea mays) = Palomitas de Maíz (México), Poporopo (Guatemala), Maíz pisingallo / Pochoclo / Pororó (Argentina), crispeta, maíz pira,
rosetas de maíz, canguil, cotufa, canchita, tutuca

• Pumpkin Seed (Cucurbita) = Semillas de Calabaza




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Terminos de la carne | Meats in Spanish

The phrase ‘terminos de la carne’ is translated in English as ‘meat terms’. Meat has been an important part of the diet throughout human evolution, it provides protein of high biological value and nutrients with better bioavailability than other alternative food sources.

What does terminos de la carne mean?

terminos de la carne

 

Here is the list of términos de la carne (meat terms)  in Spanish and English.

crudo = raw

término crudo = rare

término medio = medium rare

término tres cuartos = medium well

bien cocido = well done

How do you say different meats in Spanish?

The Meats in Spanish (Las Carnes)

 

términos de la carne

Bistéc, Res (Steak)

 

meat balls in spanish

Albóndigas (Meat Balls)

 

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Pollo (Chicken)

 

fish in spanish

Pescado (Fish)

 

turkey in spanish

Pavo (Turkey)

 

pork in spanish

Lechón, Cerdo, Puerco (Pork)

 

ham in spanish

Jamón (Ham)

 

terminos de coccion de la carne de res

Costillas a la
Barbacoa
(Barbecue Ribs)

 

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Salchichas(Sausages)

 

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Chorizo(Sausage)

 

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Tocino (Bacon)

 

terminos de la carne en ingles

Carne de Vaca, Carne
de Res
(Beef)

Examples

Me gusta la carne de res.I like beef.
Detesto la carne de puerco.I hate pork.
A mi hijo le doy carne de carnero.I give my son mutton.
La carne de caguama es exquisita.Loggerhead meat is exquisite.
Me sancionaron por robar carne.I was penalized for stealing meat.
Me gusta el bistec de res si es crudo.I like beef steak if it’s raw.
Es crudo crecer sin afectos sinceros.It’s crude to grow up without sincere affection.
Mi abuelo come pollo crudo.My grandfather eats raw chicken.
¡Qué crudo es el silencio en compañía!How crude is silence in company!
¡Traías tremenda cruda anoche!You had a tremendous hangover last night!
La ensalada de zanahoria me gusta cruda.I like carrot salad raw.
La carne cruda es muy dañina.Raw meat is very harmful.
¡Qué cruda realidad la tuya!What a harsh reality of yours!
Tráeme un bistec término crudo.Bring me a raw term steak.
Me gusta la carne en término crudo.I like raw meat.
Ponme en término crudo el filete de palomilla.Put the moth fillet raw.
El arroz parece quedó término crudo.The rice seems to be left raw.
No me gusta el término medio.I don’t like the middle ground.
Esa paella está término medio.That paella is average.
El pollo a término medio es mi debilidad.Medium rare chicken is my weakness.
A ella le encanta el término medio.She loves the middle ground.
Odio el término tres cuartos.I hate the term three quarters.
El término tres cuartos es muy ambiguo.The term three quarters is very ambiguous.
¿Quién quiere el salmón término tres cuartos?Who wants three-quarter-done salmon?
Comeré los chicharrones término tres cuartos.I’ll eat the pork rinds three quarters.
Tráeme un bistec bien cocido.Bring me a well-done steak.
El churrasco quedó bien cocido.The barbecue was well cooked.
El jamón Vicky debe estar bien cocido para no intoxicarnos.Vicky ham must be well cooked so as not to intoxicate us.
El vestido quedó muy bien cocido.The dress was very well made.
¡Qué bien cocido te quedó ese traje!How well cooked that suit was on you!

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Food in Spanish Translation

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Food Vocabulary in Spanish Translation

It’s time to learn how to pronounce the food in Spanish translation. Foods provide nutrients that provide energy. They provide variable amounts of nutrients that contain calories, such as carbohydrates, fats, and proteins that constitute the fuel for the organs’ function, growth, and physical activity.

Here is the list of the most common foods in Spanish.

Other Foods (Otros Alimentos)
 
yogurt

Yogur (Yogurt)


vinager

Vinagre (Vinager)


 
soup

Sopa (Soup)


seasoning

Sazón, Condimento (Seasoning)


 
salt

Sal (Salt)


cheese

Queso (Cheese)


 
cake

Pastel, Tarta (Cake)


tomato paste

Pasta de Tomate (Tomato Paste)


 
bread in spanish

Pan (Bread)


mustard in spanish

Mostaza (Mustard)


 
mayonnaise ins spanish translation

Mayonesa (Mayonnaise)


butter in spanish translation

Mantequilla (Butter)


 
eggs in spanish translation

Huevos (Eggs)


ice cream in spanish translation

Helado (Ice Cream)


 
flour in spanish translation

Harina (Flour)


cookies in spanish translation

Galletas (Cookies)


 
spaghetti in spanish translation

Espaguetis (Spaghetti)


cereal in spanish

Cereal (Cereal)


 
candies in spanish

Caramelos (Candies)


sugar in spanish

Azúcar (Sugar)


 
rice in spanish

Arroz (Rice)


oil in spanish

Aceite (Oil)

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Fruits in Spanish | Manzana

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Fruits in Spanish for Beginners

It’s time to learn how to pronounce the fruits in Spanish translation. Who does not like a sweet manzana (apple)? The Fruits is called in Spanish: las frutas, and they are the most striking foods due to their diversity of colors, flavor, and shapes, and they are also one of the foods with the highest amount of nutrients and highly beneficial natural substances for health.

Here you will find how to say the different types of fruits.

blackberry

Zarzamora(Blackberry)

grapes


Uvas(Grapes)

grapefruit

Toronja (Grapefruit)

tamarind


Tamarindo (Tamarind)

watermelon in Spanish


Sandía(Watermelon)

banana


Plátano(Banana)

pineapple

Piña (Pineapple)

pear


Pera (Pear)

orange


Naranja(Orange)

cataloupe in spanish


Melón(Cantaloupe)

peach

Melocotón (Peach)

manzana, apple in spanish


Manzana (Apple)

mango in spanish


Mango(Mango)

tangerine in spanish


Mandarina(Tangerine)

quinep in spanish

Mamoncillo (Quinep)

lemon in spanish


Limón (Lemon)

kiwi in spanish

Kiwi(Kiwi)

guava in spanish


Guayaba(Guava)

strawberry in spanish

Fresa (Strawberry)

raspberry in spanish


Frambuesa (Raspberry)

coconut in spanish

Coco(Coconut)

plum in spanish


Ciruela(Plum)

custard in spanish

Chirimoya (Custard Apple)

cherry in spanish


Cereza (Cherry)

blueberry in spanish

Arándano(Blueberry)


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Vegetables in Spanish

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What are all vegetables names in Spanish?

It’s time to learn how to pronounce the vegetables in Spanish translation. Vegetables are important because they regulate intestinal transit and because the vitamins they provide modulate many metabolic processes. All vegetables have a high percentage of water, carbohydrates, minerals, and vitamins.

Here you will learn how to say the different types of vegetables in Spanish.

carrot

Zanahoria(Carrot)


cassava

Yuca, Mandioca(Cassava)

tomato

Tomate (Tomato)


beet

Remolacha (Beet)

radish

Rábano(Radish)

okra

Quimbombó(Okra)

leek in spanish

Puerro (Leek)


cucumber in spanish

Pepino (Cucumber)

potatoes in spanish

Papas(Potatoes)


malanga in spanish

Malanga(Malanga)

corn in spanish

Maíz (Corn)


lettuce in spanish

Lechuga (Lettuce)

jewish in spanish

Judías(Jewish)


peas in spanish

Guisantes(Peas)

beans in spanish

Frijoles (Beans)


spinach in spanish

Espinaca (Spinach)

asparagus in spanish

Espárrago(Asparagus)


cauliflower in spanish

Coliflor(Cauliflower)

cabbage in spanish

Col, Repollo (Cabbage)


coriander in spanish

Cilantro (Coriander)

onion in spanish

Cebolla(Onion)


sweet potato in spanish

Camote, Batata,
Boniato
(Sweet Potato)

pumpkin in spanish

Calabaza (Pumpkin)


zucchini in spanish

Calabacín (Zucchini)


broccoli

Brócoli(Broccoli)


watercress

Berro(Watercress)

eggplant

Berenjena (Eggplant)


celery

Apio (Celery)

garlic

Ajo(Garlic)


pepper

Ají, Pimienta(Pepper)

avocado

Aguacate(Avocado)


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Drinks in Spanish

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Names of drinks in Spanish

It’s time to learn how to pronounce the drinks in Spanish translation. There are many different kinds of drinks in every country, but there are just a few that you will find commonly like soft drink (bebidas suaves). This is why learning the language is such an important step for a foreign student considering studying abroad in Spain or Mexico. You’ll have to expand your vocabulary beyond those two well-known selections and learn many more interesting and tasty concoctions.

One interesting drink that you might want to try out if you’re learning is called lemonade. Limonada is for lemonade, and although you may think that this beverage is only for kids to drink because of the fizzy taste, you’d be wrong. It’s one of those drinks that has grown in popularity over the past few years and now is served at most of the restaurants in Spanish enclaves.

cold drinks
Another delicious beverage that you may want to try ordering is el jugo de naranja, which means orange juice in Spanish. It’s a citrus drink that’s made from oranges. For whatever reason, this drink is gaining in popularity among people learning to order drinks in Spanish, so you should consider trying it out if you have the opportunity.

Water is essential for life, whether you do physical exercise or not. Hydration is vital for both physical and mental health. Our bodies and planet are made up mainly of water. Drinks, in general, are also liquids that help human health and well-being.

How to name a drink in Spanish?

In this section, you will learn the type of drinks.

whiskey in spanish

Whisky(Whiskey)


wine in spanish

Vino(Wine)

tea in spanish

(Tea)


rum in spanish

Ron (Rum)

soda in spanish

Refresco(Soda)


lemonade

Limonada(Lemonade)

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Leche (Milk)


juice

Jugo (Juice)


champagne

Champán, Champaña(Champagne)


beer

Cerveza(Beer)

coffee

Café (Coffee)


smoothie

Batido (Smoothie)

water

Agua(Water)

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