Tablespoon (TBSP) — a large spoon that is often used to eat soup Teaspoon (TSP) — a small spoon that is often used to mix tea or coffee Inch — a unit for measuring length, approximately equal 2.54 centimetres Boiled — (of ) in that is . Finely chopped — cut into small pieces. Long-grain rice — a type of rice that has long grains, rather than round grains. Strain — to pour food, etc. through something with very small holes in it, for example a sieve, in order to separate the solid part from the liquid part. Set aside — to keep or save something from a larger amount or supply in order to use it later for a particular purpose. Stirring spoon — a spoon that is used in cooking to mix ingredients. Ground — cut or crushed into very small pieces or powder. Squash — a of with a hard and a lot of at (Follow the link to learn more about this vegetable ) Dice — to cut food into small square pieces. Turmeric — a yellow spice used to make curry. Garam masala — a mixture of ground spices, such as cumin, coriander, and cardamom, used in Indian cooking. Asafoetida (hing) — dried latex made from different plants, used in Indian cooking. Split — to divide, or to make something divide, into two or more parts. Blanch — to put food in hot water for a short time. Chop — to cut something into pieces with a sharp tool such as a knife. Pinch — the amount of something that you can hold between your finger and thumb. Drain — to make something empty or dry by removing the liquid from it; to become empty or dry in this way. Set aside — to keep or save something from a larger amount or supply in order to use it later for a particular purpose. Stirring spoon — a spoon that is used in cooking to mix ingredients. Lid — a cover over a container that can be removed or opened by turning it or lifting it. Potato-masher — a kitchen utensil (= tool) for mashing potatoes. Cayenne pepper — a type of red pepper used to give a hot taste to food. Garnish — to decorate a dish of food with a small amount of another food.
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