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Learning French for travel or study? Let’s try this term:
To say spicy in French: épicé
Say it out loud: “epp ee say“
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Some more helpful words in our French Cooking Methods category:
baked – cuit au four (kwee ah four)
boiled – bouilli (boo ee)
fried – frit (fwee)
grilled – grillé (gree yay)
rare – saignant (sin yahn)
raw – non cuit (noh kwee)
sauteed – sautés (soot tay)
spicy – épicé (epp ee say)
stewed – cuit (kwee)
stuffed – farci (far see)
well done – très bien cuit (tray bee ahn kwee)
And here’s how to say spicy in other languages!
Croatian–začinjen (zah cheen yen)
Czech–pikantní (pee kahnt nee)
Finnish–tulinen (tuh lih nehn)
French–épicé (epp ee say)
Italian–piccante (pee cahn tay)
Japanese–Karai (Kah Rah Ee)
Korean–Maeun (Mae Oon)
Polish–pikantny (pee can' tnyh)
Portuguese–Picante (pee kahn chee)
Russian–ostryu (oh stryu)
Spanish–picoso (pee koh so)
Swahili–yenye viungo (yeh n’yeh vee oo n’goh)
Turkish–baharatlı (bah hah raht lih)
When visiting the French culture, be sure to ask for their "spicy" (épicé) chicken or vegetables! You will be amazed at how good they are at mixing spices such that you can almost taste each spice separately!
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