Tablespoon (tbsp) — the amount a tablespoon can hold Teaspoon (tsp) — the amount a teaspoon can hold Spinach — a vegetable with large, dark-green leaves that are cooked or eaten in salads Roughly — without taking a lot of care to make something perfect Finely chopped — cut into small pieces Turmeric — a yellow powder made from the root of an Asian plant, used in cooking as a spice, especially in curry Cumin — the dried seeds of the cumin plant, used in cooking as a spice (= to give a strong taste and smell to the dish) Stirring spoon — a spoon that is used in cooking to mix ingredients Inch — a unit for measuring length, approximately equal 2.54 centimetres. Split — to divide, or to make something divide, into two or more parts Lentil — a small green, orange or brown seed that is usually dried and used in cooking, for example in soup or stew Clove — the dried flower of a tropical tree, used in cooking as a spice, especially in sweet foods. Clove (garlic) — one of the small separate sections of a bulb (= the round underground part) of garlic Pinch — the amount of something that you can hold between your finger and thumb Peppercorn — the small fruit that is dried to make pepper Mustard seed — round seeds from mustard plant Crush — to break something into small pieces or into a powder by pressing hard Ginger — the root of the ginger plant used in cooking as a spice Mince — to cut food, especially meat, into very small pieces using a special machine (called a mincer)
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