Flavored with a sauce containing sugar and vinegar: sweet-and-sour pork. (adjective)
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Use "sweet-and-sour" in a sentence
"Mountain House's freeze-dried dinners come in a variety of flavors and cuisines that taste surprisingly delicious (sweet-and-sour pork was my favorite)."
"The concentrated juice in this take on the Bellini—served at Los Angeles's Onyx Lounge—is balanced by a dry brut, resulting in a sweet-and-sour sipper."
"Somehow this sweet-and-sour combination works, and the band that included touring members J Stare (drums) and Scott Barber (bass) gave most of the eight songs performed from Love Notes/Letter Bombs a fulfilling vibrancy that matches the album's potent punch."