Hello everybody I have a query: what is the difference between the following words First block: Brown, sauté and stir fry Second block: Whip, beat, whisk, churn and cream Third block: Pound, thump, strike, whank, beat and hit Thank you in advance
Apr 18, 2016 4:01 AM
Answers · 1
Brown - Cook food in a pan with heat contact or oil until it changes to a brown colour. Saute - Fry lightly in oil. Stir fry - By stirring quickly and continuously, quickly cook small pieces of food in a pan with oil. Whip - Mix cream or egg whites with a mixer until it becomes full of air and stiff. Beat - Mix things together quickly with a fork or an electrical mixer. Whisk - Mix liquid, eggs quickly so that air is mixed in, with a fork, whisk or electrical mixer. Churn - Quicky turning or moving cream or whole milk, in a container or machine, to produce butter Cream - Mix foods together until they become a thick soft mixture.
April 18, 2016
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