25 Foods That Start With E

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This article is about foods that start with E.

If you’ve had trouble knowing foods that start with E, we did the research – worry not, the list below will have all the foods that start with E.

Also, before getting started, it is to keep in mind that the list we have below will have foods, fluids, plants, and anything edible – all of these we will be referring to as foods in this article.

We also have pages for both fruits that start with E and vegetables that start with E if that’s what you’re looking for.

With that being said, let’s get started with sharing foods beginning with E.

Foods that start with E:

foods that start with E

Following are the foods beginning with E in case you’ve had no idea and wanted to educate yourself more on foods and edibles.

1 – Earthnut:

Earthnut is the pod of peanut vine that contains 2 seeds or nuts.

2 – Eclair:

Eclair is an oblong cream puff.

3 – Ecrevisse:

Ecrevisse are lobster-like crustaceans that are eaten after being boiled.

4 – Edam:

Edam is a mild yellow Dutch cheese with a red covering.

5 – Edda:

Edda is a tropical starchy tuberous root.

6 – Eel:

Eel is a snake-like freshwater or marine fish that is very slim.

7 – Egg:

Egg is an oval reproductive body of a fowl (usually a hen) used as a food.

This is one of popular foods that start with E.

8 – Eggfruit:

Eggfruit is an orange-yellow sweet fruit of West Indies and Florida.

9 – Eggnog:

Eggnog is a punch made of sweet cream or milk mixed with eggs.

10 – Eggplant:

Eggplant is an egg-shaped vegetable that is often purple in color and is very shiny.

11 – Elderberry:

Elderberry is a berry-like fruit used in jellies and wines.

12 – Elver:

Elver is a term used for young eel.

13 – Emmental (or Emmentaler):

Emmental is a Swiss cheese that has large holes.

14 – Emperor:

Emperor is a red table grape of California.

15 – Empire:

Empire is a type of apple that looks like McIntosh.

16 – Enchilada:

Enchilada is a term used for tortilla with meat filling that is then baked in tomato sauce and then served/ seasoned with chili.

17 – Endive:

Endive is a herb that is often used in salad.

18 – English Walnut:

English walnut is a nut with two-lobed seed that has thin, hard shell.

19 – Entrecote:

Entrecote is a meat cut from between the ribs.

20 – Escallop:

Escallop is a slice of meat, usually veal, that is fried or broiled.

21 – Estragons:

Estragons are fresh leaves used as seasoning.

22 – Escargot:

Escargot is an edible snail served in the shell with garlic and melted butter.

23 – Escarole:

Escarole is a type of endive that has leaves with irregular frilled edges.

24 – Espagnole:

Espagnole is a brown sauce caramelized mixture of minced carrots, celery, onions, with tomatoes, seasoned with Madeira.

25 – Espresso:

Espresso is a strong black coffee made from ground coffee beans.

This is all there is, until now, about foods that start with E.

Do you know any other that we missed in the list? Comment below and we’ll add it.

Also, it is hard to list them all because of language and country barriers – there sure are 100s of foods that start with E but no one on the planet earth knows them all.

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