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Foods 1 Cooking Terms

Bake The perfumy outermost skin layer of citrus fruit (usually oranges or lemons), which is removed with the aid of a grater.
Whip Heat liquid to just below the boiling point; tiny bubbles form on the edge of the saucepan.
Sift Cook in an oven surrounded by dry heat.
Pan-broil To cook food in a skillet without fat and pouring off the fat as it accumulates.
Sauté To add air or remove lumps from an ingredient.
Broil Cut into 1/2 inch or wider strips or box-like form.
Chop To mix using a circular or figure 8 motion.
Cut-in Cut food into flat pieces of the same slice.
Cream A technique used to gently combine a light, airy mixture (such as beaten egg whites) with a heavier mixture (such as whipped cream or custard)using a rubber scraper.
Grease To cook food quickly in a small amount of oil in a skillet or sauté pan over direct heat.
Slice To beat ingredients, such as egg whites, cream, etc., thereby incorporating air into them and increasing their volume until they are light and fluffy
Fold-in To beat an ingredient or combination of ingredients until the mixture is soft, smooth and "creamy." Often a recipe calls for creaming a fat, such as butter, or creaming a mixture of butter and sugar
Dredge Rub the inside surface of a pan with shortening to prevent food from sticking.
Mince A small glob of soft food, such as whipped cream or mashed potatoes.
Boil To cook food directly under or above the heat source.
Stir heating a liquid until bubbles break the surface (212°F for water at sea level)
Scald Cut into less than 1/2 inch strips or box-like form.
Blend A technique used to mix and work a dough in order to form it into a cohesive, pliable mass using the palms of your hands.
Zest Cut into coarse irregular pieces, using a knife , or food processor.
Pan-fry To mix two or more ingredients together with a spoon, beater or electric blender until combined.
Dice To coat a food with flour, sugar,or bread crumbs.
Grate To distribute solid fat into a flour mixture using a pastry blender so the fat particles become tiny pieces.
Dollop To cook in fat in a skillet over moderate heat, letting the fat acculumate.
Knead To cut food into very small pieces.
Cube Cut into tiny particles by rubbing across the small rough holes of a kitchen tool.

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