- Break – She breaks 2 eggs into a bow.
- Melt – Melt the chocolate and allow it to cool slightly.
- Spread – He spread some strawberry jam on his toast.
- Layer – This cake has a layer of fruit in the middle.
- Roll out – She rolls out the pastry on a flat surface.
- Fry – The ground was hot enough to fry an egg on.
- Peel – As you peel away the onion skin,you will find another skin underneath.
- Mix – After you have beaten the eggs, mix in the flour gradually.
- Whip – I can easily whip up an omelette.
- Saute – We should saute the onions for five minutes.v
- Taste – My mom tastes the soup for the lunch.
- Cut – She cut the meat into small pieces.
- Chop – chop the carrots up into small pieces.
- Slice – It’s best to slice into a rich cake from the middle.
- Grate – How about grating carrots for the salad tonight?
- Boil – You’re pathetic! Can’t you even boil an egg?
- Steam – You should steam the carrots until they are just beginning to be tender.
- Pinch – I pinch little salt into the soup.
- Pour – When you’ve ground the coffee, use a funnel to pour it into the jar.
- Add – I’d like to add some pepper to the bean curd.
- Barbecue – If the weather is fine, we’ll barbecue in the ranch.
- Roast – Are you going to roast the chicken?
- Bake – Nowadays, I bake my own bread rather than buy it.
- Stir – I need a teaspoon to stir my tea.
- Weigh – Please weigh out 10 pounds of potatoes.
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