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CEFR C1 Vocabulary - Lesson 50

Here you will learn some English words about cooking, such as "blend", "simmer", "whip", etc. prepared for C1 learners.

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CEFR C1 Vocabulary
batter
[noun]
a mixture consisting of flour, milk, and eggs, used for making pancakes, or for covering food before frying
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to blend
[verb]
to combine different substances together
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to carve
[verb]
to cut a piece of cooked meat into smaller pieces
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to deep-fry
[verb]
to cook food by holding it under oil
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to defrost
[verb]
to cause something frozen become warmer to melt away the ice or frost
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to digest
[verb]
to break down food in the body and to absorb its nutrients and necessary substances
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to mash
[verb]
to crush food into a soft mass
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to reheat
[verb]
to warm previously cooked food
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to grate
[verb]
to cut food into small pieces or shreds using a tool with sharp holes
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to grind
[verb]
to crush something into small particles by rubbing or pressing it against a hard surface
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to simmer
[verb]
to cook something at a temperature just below boiling, allowing it to bubble gently
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to steam
[verb]
to cook using the steam of boiling water
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to stew
[verb]
to cook something at a low temperature in liquid in a closed container
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to warm up
[verb]
‌to make already cooked food warm again
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to whip
[verb]
to mix ingredients with a wire whisk or fork in cooking or baking to achieve a specific texture
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to squeeze
[verb]
to force liquid out of something by firmly twisting or pressing it
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bland
[adjective]
(of drink or food) having no pleasant or strong flavor
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chunky
[adjective]
(of food) having large pieces
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chewy
[adjective]
(of food) requiring to be chewed a lot in order to be swallowed easily
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creamy
[adjective]
having a smooth and soft texture like cream
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crispy
[adjective]
(of food) having a pleasant, dry, and hard texture or surface that is easily broken or crushed
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crunchy
[adjective]
(of food) firm and making a sharp sound when bitten or chewed
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tinned
[adjective]
(of food) preserved and sold in a can
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appetite
[noun]
the feeling of wanting food
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banquet
[noun]
a large and formal meal for many people, often for a special event
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feast
[noun]
a meal with fine food or a large meal for many people celebrating a special event
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brunch
[noun]
a meal served late in the morning, as a combination of breakfast and lunch
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buffet
[noun]
a meal with many dishes from which people serve themselves at a table and then eat elsewhere
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teatime
[noun]
a time in the early evening or afternoon when people have a light meal
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corkscrew
[noun]
a small tool with a pointy spiral metal for pulling out corks from bottles
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Glassware
[noun]
objects that are made of glass, particularly ones used for eating and drinking
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tureen
[noun]
a deep dish with a lid, used for serving soup
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