Special Dishes
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Proteins
Other
100

This dish always has la tortilla and el queso. (It can also have other things, too.)

la quesadilla
100

In Spanish, how do you spell “the meat?”

la carne

100

In Spanish, how do you spell “the chicken?”

el pollo

100

Carnivores need this to survive.

la carne

100

Primero, el desayuno. Segundo, el almuerzo. Tercero, _____.

la cena

200

In the U.S., this dish often has a hard-shelled tortilla.

el taco

200

In Spanish, how do you spell “the steak?”

el bistec

200

In Spanish, how do you spell “the ice cream?”

el helado

200

This verdura makes you fart.

los frijoles

200

You can shoot spitballs with this green verdura. (Don't do it!)

los guisantes

300

This dish doesn’t need queso, but it always has a soft tortilla.

el burrito

300

In Spanish, how do you spell “the dessert?”

el postre

300

In Spanish, how do you spell “the fish?”

el pescado
300

This type of carne is made from beef.

el bistec

300

Children stick this green verdura up their noses, because it’s long and doesn’t get stuck.

las judias verdes 

(accent on i)

400

This Italian dish has tomato sauce.

los espaguetis 

400

In Spanish, how do you spell “the beans?”

los frijoles

400

In Spanish, how do you spell “the peas?”

los guisantes

400

You can find this in the ocean.

el pescado

400

After la cena, you get to eat _____.

el postre

500

What are three dishes that require la tortilla?

el burrito, la quesadilla, el taco

500

In Spanish, how do you spell “the spaghetti?”

los espaguetis
500

In Spanish, how do you spell “the green beans?”

las judias verdes

(accent on i)

500

You have to pluck this type of carne before you can cook and eat it.

el pollo

500

This type of postre is cold and is made of cream and sugar.

el helado

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