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Cooking Paneer/tofu Korma (wl)

Tablespoon (TBSP)
— a large spoon, used especially for serving food
Teaspoon TBSP
— a small spoon for putting sugar into tea and other drinks
Bay leaf
— a
from a
, often
and used in
to
Pinch
— the amount of something that you can hold between your finger and thumb
Cinnamon
— the inner bark of a south-east Asian tree, used in cooking as a spice, especially in sweet foods
Peppercorn
— the small fruit that is dried to make pepper
Clove
— the dried flower of a tropical tree, used in cooking as a spice, especially in sweet foods. Cloves look like small nails.
Mace
— the dried outer layer that covers nutmegs (= the hard nuts of a tropical tree), used in cooking as a spice
Slice
— to cut something into thin, flat pieces
Minced
— to cut food, especially meat, into very small pieces using a special machine (called a mincer)
Ginger
— the
root of a tropical plant that is used in cooking or preserved in sugar, or a powder made from this root, used as a spice
Cashew
— the small curved nut of the tropical American cashew tree, used in cooking and often eaten salted with alcoholic drinks
Peanut
— a nut that grows underground in a thin shell
Slit
— to make a long narrow cut or opening in something
Fenugreek
— a plant with hard yellow-brown seeds that are used in South Asian cooking as a spice
Crush
— to break something into small pieces or into a powder by pressing hard
Grate
— to rub food against a grater in order to cut it into small pieces
Shredded
— torn or cut into shreds
Heavy cream
— a cream that is markedly thick
Dice
— to cut meat, vegetables, etc. into small square pieces
Lid
— a cover over a container that can be removed or opened by turning it or lifting it
Stirring spoon
— a spoon that is used in cooking to mix ingredients.
Grinder
— a machine used to rub or press something until it becomes a powder
Index finger
— the finger next to the thumb

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