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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #80033: Cooking : Verbs - adjectives
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Food [Change theme]
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    Cooking : Verbs - adjectives


    Useful verbs

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    To cook

    To prepare the meal

    To whip up a snack


    To cut

    To slice

    To slice thinly

    To mince

    To chop

    To grind

    To grate
    To shred

    To peel




    To cook

    To bake

    To stew

    To brown
    To fry

    To roast

    To grill

    To toast

    To boil

    To blanch

    To add salt, pepper, spices
    To season

    To flavour with sauce

    To thin a sauce

    To grease a baking tin with butter

    To butter




    To do the dishes
    to do the washing-up

    To dry up




    To wipe

    To wipe up – to sponge

    To mop up
    To wipe (off)


    A few adjectives you can find in a recipe:




    shredded cheese


    sliced mushrooms


    chopped parsley


    minced meat


    crumbled rusks


    diced ham


    halved tomatoes


    dried garlic


    marinated salmon


    drained olives


    softened butter


    pre-baked bread dough


    reduced-fat meat stock


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    Hello! Before your vegetables on the work surface, you'd better it up.

    I'd like a goat cheese pizza, but could you add some thinly mushrooms and extra cheese, please?

    My cake is not beautiful: I've forgotten to my tin with butter.

    It needs four hours for a 'pot au feu' to be . Half way through you must taste the meat stock and it more if necessary.

    What about a breakfast with a good cup of coffee, an orange juice and three slices of and bread ?

    Be careful ! Your cream is trickling down the sides of the saucepan. Give me a sponge to before mum's arrival.

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