are condiments and toppings the same?

what is the difference?

4 Answers

  • kswck2
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    To a hamburger, lettuce is a topping, mustard is a condiment. You can spread a condiment, not lettuce. 

  • A topping is much more vague, and can include anything you add onto the base. Breadcrumbs, pizza toppings, lettuce, etc.

    Condiments are usually sauce specific, but can include small salad-like foods like gremolata, chutney, whole grain mustard, etc.

  • 4 months ago

    With regards to hot dogs and hamburgers, condiments usually refers to ketchup, mustard and mayo. Toppings or trimmings are usually veggies, such as lettuce, tomato, pickles, onions, and so forth.

    If you can squeeze it out of a bottle or spread it with a knife, it's probably a condiment. If you have to sprinkle it on with a spoon, it's a topping.

  • Anonymous
    4 months ago

    Condiments are like sauces. Ketchup. Mustard. 

    Toppings are solid things like nuts and fruit. Pepperoni and sausage.

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