Baking or frying

Hi, everyone! After 5-months-following (and I believe cooking) my recipes, you’ve probably grasped not a couple of new words, especially those related to the topic of cooking. So, let’s check how well you know them – or finally learn them!

to boil – to reach the temperature at which a liquid starts to turn into a gas (100 C with water), or to cook food by putting it in boiling liquid
to steam – to cook food over steam (the hot gas that is produced when water boils)
to stir-fry – to fry small pieces of meat, vegetables, etc. quickly while mixing them around
to grate – to rub food against a grater in order to cut it into a lot of small pieces
to stir – to mix a liquid or other substance by moving an object such as a spoon in a circular pattern
to chop – to cut something into pieces with a sharp tool, such as a knife
to dice – to cut food into small squares
to slice – to cut something into thin, flat pieces
to stew – to cook meat, fish, vegetables, or fruit slowly and gently in a little liquid
to strain – to separate liquid food from solid food, especially by pouring it through a utensil with small holes in it
to douse – to make something wet by throwing a lot of liquid over it
to mince – to cut food, especially meat, into very small pieces, often using a special machine
to season – to improve the flavour of savoury food by adding salt, herbs , or spices when cooking or preparing it
to soak – to make something very wet
to sprinkle – to drop a few pieces or drops of something over a surface
dressing – a liquid mixture, often containing oil, vinegar, and herbs, added to food, especially salads
broth – a thin soup, usually made with the liquid in which meat bones have been boiled
homogeneity – the state of being all the same or all of the same kind
delectable – looking or tasting extremely good, and giving great pleasure

So, which of these do you do every day? How many can you find in the picture? Write your answers below!