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Ways of preparing and cooking food English lesson

What will I learn from the English lesson different ways of food preparation?

The first part of lesson you will learn the vocabulary for different ways of food preparation and ways of cooking. The last part of the lessons shows the a brief meaning of each.

Ways to cook food

 Different ways to cook food

 Ways to cook explanations

Different ways to cook 


   Remove the outer covering from a fruit, vegetable.


   Cut a thicker piece of food into slices.


   Rub food against a grater so it is cut it into a lot of small pieces.


   Pour the milk, water ext. into the bowl


   Combine food / liquid together so it becomes one.


   A utensil needed for whipping eggs or cream. very quickly


   Heat a liquid until it boils.


   Cook food in a very hot oil.


   Rolling pin used for making pastry flat and making cake shapes.   


   Move a spoon around in a pan in a circle.


   Liquid or food just below boiling point and bubbling only gently.        


   Cook an egg in or over boiling water. Fish can also be poached.


   Cook food without a flame, in an oven.


   Cook meat a long time an oven or over a fire


   Cook food under heat from a metal bar or flame.


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