bell pepper - a red, green, or yellow pepper minced pork meat - meat which has been cut into very small pieces using a machine white rice - rice from which the hull and bran have been removed by milling tomato sauce - another name for tomato ketchup tomato paste - a soft, smooth substance made from crushed tomatoes, used in cooking sunflower oil - the oil extracted from sunflower seeds, used as a salad oil, in the manufacture of margarine, etc canola (oil) - oil made from the canola plant white flour - flour that consists substantially of the starchy endosperm of wheat, most of the bran and the germ having been removed by the milling process garlic - a plant of the onion family that has a strong taste and smell and is used in cooking to add flavour salt - a common white substance found in sea water and in the ground, used especially to add flavour to food or to preserve it pepper - a grey or white powder produced by crushing dry peppercorns, used to give a spicy, hot taste to food sugar - a sweet substance especially from the plants sugar cane and sugar beet, used to make food and drinks sweet medium-sized - between small and large in size onion - a vegetable with a strong smell and flavour, made up of several layers surrounding each other tightly in a round shape, usually brown or red on the outside and white inside potato - a round vegetable that grows underground and has white flesh with light brown, red, or pink skin, or the plant on which these grow deep - You use deep to talk or ask about how much something measures from the surface to the bottom, or from front to back. pot - a container made of earthenware, glass, or similar material; usually round and deep, often having a handle and lid, used for cooking and other domestic purposes bowl - a round container open at the top, used for holding liquid, keeping fruit, serving food, etc chopping board - a wooden or plastic board that you chop meat and vegetables on. knife - a cutting instrument consisting of a sharp-edged often pointed blade of metal fitted into a handle or onto a machine
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