Cooking Verbs

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Break

 

 

.She breaks 2 eggs

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

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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use to” grammar”

use to” grammar”Don’t feel bad if you mix up use to and used to now and again—it is not an uncommon mistake. Used to is a phrase that can mean “accustomed or habituated to” or refers to something from the past that is no longer true. Use to and used to are also frequently used in English grammar as modal verb phrases.

”Use” Followed by an Infinitive
Before we get into idiomatic meanings for the phrase used to, it is worth pointing out that both use and used can correctly appear before to when to is part of the infinitive of a second verb. That sounds far more complicated than it is, so let’s go straight to some examples.

What do you use to decorate cakes and cookies?
Buttercream icing was used to frost all of today’s cakes and cookies.

In these kinds of sentences, whether you decide to write use to or used to will depend on whether the present or past tense is needed.

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