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CEIP Xaloc
year 10/11
by 6th level A and B

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  • Let's cook ! Cooking verbs and utensils CEIP Xaloc 6 th level
  • BAKE
      To cook by dry heat especially in an oven
    BAKING SHEET OVEN
    • To combine two or more ingredients together with a spoon, beater or blender.
      BLEND
    SPOON BLENDER
  • BOIL To heat a liquid to its boiling point, until bubbles break the surface. "Boil" also means to cook food in a boiling liquid. SAUCEPAN CASSEROLE
  • CHOP To cut food into bite-size pieces using a knife. A food processor may also be used to chop food. Chopped food is more coarsely cut than minced food. CHOPPING BOARD KINFE
  • DICE To cut food into tiny cubes (about 1/8- to 1/4-inch). To cut into very small pieces. This term means the smallest possible pieces; smaller than dice or chop, but not pureed. MINCE
  • DRAIN To pour off fat or liquid from food, often using a colander. COLANDER STRAINER
  • FRY To cook food in hot fat or oil over moderate to high heat. FRYING PAN FRYING SPOON
  • GRATE To reduce a large piece of food to coarse or fine threads by rubbing it against a rough, serrated surface, usually on a grater. GRATER
  • GRILL To cook food on a grill over hot coals or other heat source. GRIDDLE BARBACUE
  • MASH To crush a food into smooth and evenly textured state. POTATO MASHER
  • MELT
    • To reduce to a liquid state by warmth or heat.
    BOWL
  • PEEL To remove the rind or skin from a fruit or vegetable using a knife or vegetable peeler. PEELER PEELER KNIFE
  • POUR
      To send (a liquid, fluid, or anything in loose particles) flowing or falling, as from one container to another.
  • ROAST To oven-cook food in an uncovered pan. ROASTING PAN
  • SEASON To add flavor to foods.
  • SLICE
      To cut into slices; divide into parts.
  • SPREAD
      To overlay or cover with something.
  • STIR
      To move one's hand or an implement continuously or repeatedly through (a liquid or other substance) in order to cool, mix, agitate, dissolve, etc.,
  • SPRINKLE
    • To scatter or disperse liquid, a powder, etc., in drops or particles.
  • WHIP To beat ingredients such as egg whites or cream until light and fluffy. BEATER