Food that Starts with P


Starting with PA
  1. pablum
  2. pabulum
  3. paddy
  4. paella
  5. pancake
  6. pandowdy
  7. panfish
  8. panocha
  9. pap
  10. papaw
  11. papaya
  12. paprika
  13. parfait
  14. paring
  15. parmesan
  16. parsley
  17. parsnip
  18. partridge
  19. pasta
  20. paste
  21. pastil
  22. pastrami
  23. pastry
  24. pasturage
  25. pasture
  26. pasty
  27. pate
  28. patty
  29. pattypan squash
  30. pavlova
  31. pawpaw

Starting with PE
  1. pea
  2. peach
  3. peanut
  4. pear
  5. pearmain
  6. pecan
  7. peel
  8. pekoe
  9. pemmican
  10. penne
  11. penuche
  12. pepper
  13. peppercorn
  14. peppermint
  15. pepperoni
  16. perch
  17. perishable
  18. periwinkle
  19. pernod
  20. persian melon
  21. persimmon
  22. pesto



Starting with PF
  1. pfannkuchen

Starting with PH
  1. pheasant
  2. phyllo

Starting with PI
  1. piccalilli
  2. pickerel
  3. pickle
  4. picnic
  5. pie
  6. piece
  7. pieplant
  8. pigeon pea
  9. pignolia
  10. pigswill
  11. pigweed
  12. pike
  13. pilaf
  14. pilau
  15. pilchard
  16. pimento
  17. pineapple
  18. pinole
  19. pippin
  20. pirogi
  21. pirozhki
  22. pistachio
  23. pita
  24. pitahaya
  25. pizza

Starting with PL
  1. plaice
  2. plantain
  3. plate
  4. pledge
  5. plonk
  6. plug
  7. plum
  8. plum tomato
  9. plumcot

Starting with PO
  1. poi
  2. poilu
  3. poivrade
  4. polenta
  5. pollock
  6. polony
  7. pomegranate
  8. pomelo
  9. pompano
  10. pond apple
  11. pone
  12. pop
  13. popcorn
  14. popover
  15. popsicle
  16. porc
  17. porcupines
  18. porgy
  19. pork
  20. porkchop
  21. porkholt
  22. porridge
  23. port
  24. porter
  25. porterhouse
  26. portion
  27. posset
  28. postum
  29. potage
  30. potation
  31. potato
  32. potato bean
  33. poteen
  34. potherb
  35. potion
  36. potluck
  37. potpie
  38. pottage
  39. poulet
  40. poulette
  41. poultry

Starting with PR
  1. praline
  2. prawn
  3. preserve
  4. pretzel
  5. prickly pear
  6. prima
  7. produce
  8. profiterole
  9. prosciutto
  10. provender
  11. provisions
  12. prune
  13. pruno

Starting with PU
  1. pudding
  2. puff
  3. puffer
  4. pufferfish
  5. pulasan
  6. pullet
  7. pulque
  8. pulse
  9. pumpernickel
  10. pumpkin
  11. punch
  12. puree
  13. purloo



Food that Starts with P

There are wonderful and delicious foods around the world. Sweet, spicy, salty and, of course, healthy foods. Here you will discover names of foods that start with he letters P.

 

Fruits that start with P

 

Papaw: fruit with yellow flesh; related to custard apples.

Papaw grows in every home garden in Sri Lanka. They practically  let them rippen.

 

Persian melon: the fruit of a variety of winter melon vine; a large green melon with orange flesh.

Persian melons have an elongated shape. Their flavor is sweet as the one of the net melons.

 

Persimmon: orange fruit resembling a plum; edible when fully ripe.

Persimmons are very sweet when ripe but don’t even try them before they ripen.

 

Pitahaya: highly colored edible fruit of pitahaya cactus having bright red juice; often as large as a peach.

Pitahayas are very exotic fruits. They are also known as dragon fruits. Pitahaya icecream is delicious!

 

Pomegranate: large globular fruit having many seeds with juicy red pulp in a tough brownish-red rind.

– The pomegranate is a symbol of fertility and health in many cultures.

 

Meats that start with P

 

Partridge: flesh of either quail or grouse.

– I cook roasted partridge with watercress wrapped in bacon.

 

Pastrami: Highly seasoned cut of smoked beef.

– A pastrami sandwich is a healthy and delicious lunch.

 

Pemmican: lean dried meat pounded fine and mixed with melted fat; used especially by North American Indians.

Pemmican is a great treat, people say it’s even better than jerky beef.

 

Pepperoni: a pork and beef sausage (or a thin slice of this sausage).

Pepperoni pizza is a classic! It is Michael’s favorite.

 

Porkchop: chop cut from a hog.

Pork chops and mashed potatoes go very good together.

 

Vegetables that start with P

 

Parsnip: whitish edible root; eaten cooked.

Parsnips look like giant white carrots!

 

Pattypan squash: round greenish-white squash having one face flattened with a scalloped edge.

Pattypan squashes are so cute. They look like little pies and they taste delicious. My favorites are the ones stuffed with meat.

 

Pickle: vegetables (especially cucumbers) preserved in brine or vinegar.

– I can eat a whole jar of pickles just by myself.

 

Grains that start with P

 

Pilaf: Rice cooked in well-seasoned broth with onions or celery and usually poultry or game or shellfish and sometimes tomatoes.

– If you are tired of white plain rice, you mut try pilaf. It has a rich flavor.

 

Pita: Usually small round bread that can open into a pocket for filling.

– Maika had two pita wraps, and I had a Ceasar’s salad.

 

Pone: cornbread often made without milk or eggs and baked or fried (Southern).

– He drives an hour from home just to buy a pone loaf!

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