Cooking verbs (part 1)
to add -
to bake -
to beat /biːt/ -
to blend -
to boil /bɔɪl/ -
to chill /tʃɪl/ -
to chop -
to cool -
to cover -
to crush -
to cut (into strips) -
to defrost -
to dice /daɪs/ -
to fill /fɪl/ -
to fold -
to fry /fraɪ/ -
to grate /greɪt/ -
to grease /griːs/ -
to grill -
to heat (up) -
to knead /niːd/ -
to liquidize /ˈlɪk.wɪ.daɪz/ -
to melt -
to mix /mɪks/ -
Complete the following sentences with one of the verbs in the correct form:
- I've never ___ a cake but I'd like to make one for my friend's birthday.
- Eat your ice-cream quickly before it ___.
- You need to ___ six eggs together for the omelette.
- I ___ some bacon and eggs for breakfast this morning.
- ___ it before serving. Warm white wine is horrible.
- If you make too much, you can ___ what you don't eat the next day in the microwave.
- You should ___ the water before adding the pasta.
- ___ the parsley finely but be careful not to cut yourself. That's a sharp knife.
- ___ the tins well before adding the cake mixture.
- You need to ___ 100g of cheese for the topping.
- It hasn't ___ yet. I only took it out of the freezer an hour ago.
- He loves ___ the sausages when we have a barbecue.
- Can you ___ the ice for the mojitos?