Food that Starts with M

Starting with MA
  1. macadamia nut
  2. macaroni
  3. macaroon
  4. mace
  5. macedoine
  6. mackerel
  7. maconnais
  8. macoun
  9. mad apple
  10. madeira
  11. madrilene
  12. mahimahi
  13. malmsey
  14. malt
  15. malted
  16. mamey
  17. mammee
  18. mammee apple
  19. mandarin
  20. mango
  21. mangosteen
  22. manhattan
  23. manicotti
  24. manna
  25. manzanilla
  26. marang
  27. maraschino
  28. marbling
  29. marc
  30. marchpane
  31. margarine
  32. margarita
  33. marge
  34. marinade
  35. marinara
  36. marjoram
  37. marmalade
  38. marmite
  39. marrow
  40. marrowbone
  41. marsala
  42. marshmallow
  43. marzipan
  44. mascarpone
  45. mash
  46. mash bean
  47. mast
  48. mate
  49. matelote
  50. matzo
  51. mayonnaise

Starting with MC
  1. mcintosh

Starting with ME
  1. meal
  2. meat
  3. meatball
  4. meatloaf
  5. medallion
  6. medlar
  7. medoc
  8. melon
  9. menu
  10. meringue
  11. merlot
  12. mescal
  13. mess
  14. metheglin
  15. mexican husk tomato

Starting with MI
  1. milk
  2. milkshake
  3. millet
  4. milt
  5. mimosa
  6. mince
  7. mincemeat
  8. minestrone
  9. mint
  10. miso
  11. mix
  12. mixer
  13. mixture

Starting with MO
  1. mocha
  2. molasses
  3. mold
  4. mole
  5. mombin
  6. monkfish
  7. monstera
  8. montrachet
  9. moong
  10. morello
  11. morsel
  12. moselle
  13. mostaccioli
  14. mould
  15. mountain cranberry
  16. moussaka
  17. mousse
  18. mouthful
  19. mouton
  20. mozzarella

Starting with MU
  1. mudcat
  2. muenster
  3. muesli
  4. muffin
  5. mulberry
  6. mullet
  7. mulligan
  8. mulligatawny
  9. multivitamin
  10. munchener
  11. mung bean
  12. murphy
  13. muscadel
  14. muscadelle
  15. muscadet
  16. muscadine
  17. muscatel
  18. mush
  19. mushroom
  20. muskellunge
  21. muskmelon
  22. mussel
  23. must
  24. mustard
  25. mutton

Food that Starts with M

Different kinds of foods exist in the whole world; some of them occur in our country, some of them may not. Let’s learn some interesting names for interesting foods.


Fruits that start with M

Mamey: globular or ovoid tropical fruit with thick russet leathery rind and juicy yellow or reddish flesh.

  • Mamey is a delicious fruit from the Tropics.


Mandarin Orange: A somewhat flat reddish-orange loose skinned citrus of china.

  • You can make a good fruit salad with some raspberries and mandarin orange.


Mango: A large ovoid tropical fruit having sooth skin, juicy aromatic pulp, and a large hairy seed.

  • Allison likes to make cold strawberry mango smoothies for her and her friends while they hang out by the pool.


Marang: tropical fruit from the Philippines having a mass of small seeds embedded in sweetish white pulp.

  • The marang fruit tree has similar properties as a fig tree and can be mistaken for one.


Maraschino cherry: A cherry preserved in true or imitation maraschino liqueur.

  • Carl’s mother likes to make her own cherry coke; she buys maraschino cherries from the store and uses the juice for her coke.


Marmalade: a preserve made of pulp and rind of citrus fruit.

  • Margo makes her own marmalade at home by boiling her favorite fruits in sugar and water.



Meats that start with M

Marbling: The immixture of fat and lean in a cut meat.

  • Good marbling is found on high quality steak.

Marrowbone: A bone containing editable marrow; used especially for flavoring soup.

  • Dogs enjoy bones for the marrowbone in the center; and it’s good for their teeth.


Meat: The flesh of animals (including fishes birds and snails) used as food.

  • You can find many different cuts and pieces of meat in a butcher shop.


Meatball: A ground meat formed into a ball of meat fried or simmered in broth.

  • Meatballs are made from many different types of meat, such as lamb, pork, and beef.


Meatloaf: A baked loaf of ground meat.

  • You cook meatloaf at a low temperature and it comes out tender.


Mouton: Meat from a mature domestic sheep.

  • You can find mouton chops at renaissance fairs.


Vegetables that start with M

Macedoine: Mixed diced fruits or vegetables; hot or cold.

  • My grandma prefers to make her own macedoine rather than buy it premade at the store.


Marinara: sauce for pasta; contains tomatoes and garlic herbs.

  • When Miles cooks his special spaghetti he makes marinara from scratch.


Minestrone: A soup made with a variety of vegetables.

  • Nathan always orders minestrone when he goes to Italian restaurants because of its thick texture.


Moussaka: A casserole of eggplant and ground lamb with onion and tomatoes bound with white sauce and beaten eggs.

  • There are three different variations of moussaka from Turkey, Balkins and Greece.



Grains that start with M


Macaroni: Pasta in the form of slender tubes.

  • Kyle likes to make baked macaroni casseroles for when his whole family gets together.

Manicotti: large pasta tubes stuffed with chopped meat or mild cheese and baked in tomato sauce.

  • Matthew brought his girlfriend to and Italian restaurant and ordered manicotti for the both of them.

Matzah: Brittle flat bread eaten at Passover.

  • Matzah is Jewish bread mostly eaten at Passover.


Mexican husk tomatoes: A small edible yellow to purple tomato-like fruit enclosed in a bladder-like husk.

  • The Mexican husk tomatoes are mostly found in the highlands of Guatemala; commonly seen in native markets.


Mostaccioli: A pasta somewhat resembling little moustaches.

  • Mostaccioli is an Italian dish served with tomato sauce, cheese, and herbs.


Muffin: A sweet quick bread baked in a cup-shaped pan.

  • Beth bakes muffins for the whole family every weekend.