Cooking verbs
Carla M.
em 12 de Julho de 2019

COOKING TERMS

LIST OF COOKING VERBS

  • Grate
  • Slice
  • Peel
  • Whisk
  • Boil
  • Fry
  • Grill
  • Bake
  • Pour
  • Scramble
  • Simmer
  • Spread
  • Stir
  • Taste
  • Add
  • Blend
  • Roast
  • Chop
  • Dip
  • Roll
  • Steam

LIST OF COOKING WORDS WITH DEFINITIONS & EXAMPLES

List of cooking terms with meaning and examples:

Grate

  • Action of reducing something to small shreds by rubbing it on a grater
  • Grate the carrot finely / into small pieces.

Slice

  • To cut something into slices
  • To top it all off one of the catering staff managed to slice their finger cutting cheese.

Peel

  • remove the outer covering of something (a fruit, egg, or shrimp).
  • Would you peel me an orange?

Whisk

  • stir something (eggs, cream)  with a light, rapid movement.
  • The spoon can be used to whisk eggs.

Boil

  • heat something with high temperature
  • Once water begins to boil, its temperature no longer rises.

Fry

  • Cook something with oil
  • We can fry up some of these pieces of cold meat for our lunch.

Grill

  • heat the food with a grill.
  • Grill the sausages for ten minutes.

Bake

  • heat food without direct exposure to a flame, typically in an oven or on a hot surface.
  • Bake the potatoes for 15 minutes, till they’re nice and crisp.

Pour

  • Pour the sauce over the pasta and serve immediately.

Scramble

  • to mix something rapidly
  • Make the toast and scramble the eggs.

Simmer

  • to cook food even if it boils
  • Let the soup simmer a few minutes.

Spread

  • He spread some strawberry jam on his toast.

Stir

  • move a spoon or other implement around in (a liquid or other substance) to mix it thoroughly.
  • I need a teaspoon to stir my tea.

Taste

  • to perceive food
  • Let you taste my poise, you leave me want to celebrate.

Add

  • to join something into something
  • Add a teaspoonful of mixed herbs.

Blend

  •  Blend the ingredients into a smooth paste.

Roast

  • to cook food by prolonged exposure to heat in an oven or over a fire.
  • Are you going to roast the chicken?

Chop

  • to cut something into pieces
  •  Chop the carrots up into small pieces.

Dip

  • I’ll allow the children to dip their bread into the soup.

Roll

  •  Roll out the icing into a large square.

Steam

  • Steam for about 12 mins until the cake is risen and springy to touch in the centre.
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