baking

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İngilizce - Türkçe
pişim
(Gıda) pişirerek

Tom ve Mary öğleden sonrayı bal kabaklı turta pişirerek geçirdiler. - Tom and Mary spent the afternoon baking pumpkin pies.

Tom ve Mary tüm sabahı kekler pişirerek geçirdi. - Tom and Mary spent all morning baking cupcakes.

{i} pişirme

Tom Mary'yi John'un doğum günü partisi için bir kek pişirmeye ikna etti. - Tom talked Mary into baking a cake for John's birthday party.

Evin arkasında ekmek pişirmek için bir tuğla fırın var. - Behind the house there is a brick oven for baking bread.

fırında pişirme

Tom çok gençken fırında pişirmekle ​​ilgilenmeye başladı. - Tom became interested in baking when he was very young.

Sen hiç onları kızartma yerine patateslerini fırında pişirmeyi düşündün mü? - Have you ever thought about baking your potatoes instead of frying them?

{f} fırında pişir

Sen hiç onları kızartma yerine patateslerini fırında pişirmeyi düşündün mü? - Have you ever thought about baking your potatoes instead of frying them?

Tom çok gençken fırında pişirmekle ​​ilgilenmeye başladı. - Tom became interested in baking when he was very young.

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{i} (bir) pişim
kızgın
{i} fırınlama
baking soda
karbonat
baking soda
kabartma tozu

Onu temiz kokulu tutmak için buzdolabında bir kutu kabartma tozu tut. - Keep a box of baking soda in the fridge to keep it smelling clean.

Sodyum bikarbonat, yaygın olarak kabartma tozu olarak bilinir. - Sodium bicarbonate is commonly known as baking soda.

baking oven
pişirme ocağı
baking powder
maya tozu
baking powder
pasta mayası
baking soda
sodyum bikarbonat

Sodyum bikarbonat, yaygın olarak kabartma tozu olarak bilinir. - Sodium bicarbonate is commonly known as baking soda.

baking temperature
pişirme sıcaklığı
baking time
pişirme süresi
baking dish
Genellikle ısıya dayanıklı camdan, fırında kullanılmak için pişirme kabı
baking pan
pan pişirme
baking powder
Sodyum bikarbonat ya da soda: Kimyasal formülü NaHCO3 olan bir kimyasal bileşiktir. Sodyum tuzlarından birisidir. Antiasit özelliği vardır. Kabartma tozu olarak da kullanılır. Suda çözünür. Beyaz katı kristal tozdur
baking sheet
saç pişirme
baking tin
kalay pişirme
baking enamel
fırın emayı
baking powder
kabartma tozu

Bu keki yapmak için kabartma tozu ve tuzsuz tereyağına ihtiyacın var. - In order to make this cake you need baking powder and unsalted butter.

bake
fırında pişirmek
bake
fırında pişmek
oven baking
(Gıda) fırınlamak
bake
fırında pişir

Krakerler ekmeğin pişirildiği gibi aynı şekilde bir fırında pişirilir, - Crackers are baked in an oven, much the same way as bread is.

Her gün fırında pişirir misin? - Do you bake every day?

bake
sıcaktan pişmek
bake
sıcaktan katılaşmak
bake
sertleşmek
bake
fırınlamak
cook by baking
fırında pişir
bake
pişir

Benim şimdiye kadar yediğim en iyi kurabiyeler annenin benim için pişirmiş olduklarıdır. - The best cookies I've ever eaten are the ones that your mother baked for me.

Tom onun kız arkadaşının onun için pişirdiği pastayı yemediğini itiraf etti. - Tom admitted that he didn't eat the cake that his girlfriend had baked for him.

bake
fırınla
margarine for baking
pişirme için margarin
bake
pişmek
bake
kavurmak
bake
baking fırında pişirme
bake
çok terlemek
bake
karbonat
bake
piş/pişir
bake
(Tekstil) bakır
bake
(isim) yemekli toplantı [amer.]
bake
baking soda sodyum bikarbonat
bake
kızartmak
bake
baking powder krem tartar ve karbonat karışımı kabartıcı toz
bake
ateşte kurutmak
bake
bir pişim
bake
yemekli toplantı
bake
{f} kurutmak
bake
{i} yemekli toplantı [amer.]
baking soda
bikarbonat

Sodyum bikarbonat, yaygın olarak kabartma tozu olarak bilinir. - Sodium bicarbonate is commonly known as baking soda.

rising during baking
(Gıda) pişerek kabarmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
An action in which something is baked

I'm going to do some baking this afternoon.

The way in which something is baked
Present participle of bake
Of a person, the weather, or an object, very hot

I'm baking - could you open the window?.

Intended for use in baking

Here is a baking tray for the cookies.

cooking by dry heat in an oven making bread or cake or pastry etc
{i} cooking with dry heat in an oven
A method of cooking that employs dry-heat in a closed chamber This is similar to roasting, however, the term is usually applied to pastries, pies, and breads, where roasting usually applies to meats and game
cooking by dry heat in an oven
You can use baking to describe weather or a place that is very hot indeed. a baking July day The coffins stood in the baking heat surrounded by mourners. the baking Jordanian desert. Baking is also an adverb. the baking hot summer of 1969. see also bake. the activity of making cakes, bread etc. used to say that a person or place is very hot. Process of cooking by dry heat, especially in an oven. Baked products include bread, cookies, pies, and pastries. Ingredients used in baking include flour, water, leavening agents (baker's yeast, baking soda, baking powder), shortening (fats, oils), eggs, milk, and sugars. These are mixed together to create dough or batter, which is then transferred to a pan or sheet and heated. Leavening agents produce gas that becomes trapped in the dough, causing it to rise. Shortening makes doughs more easily workable and the final product more tender. Egg whites are used to produce a light, airy texture, and yolks contribute colour, flavour, and texture. Milk is used for moistening and flavouring and sugars for sweetening and aiding fermentation
as hot as if in an oven
The quantity baked at once; a batch; as, a baking of bread
Heating of electroplated springs to relieve hydrogen embrittlement
Cooking in dry heat in an oven
The action of the verb to bake
The act or process of cooking in an oven, or of drying and hardening by heat or cold
The process of drying and hardening a coatings material by the application of heat, usually in some form of oven See - Stoving
A term given to the procedure of drying coatings onto papers
making bread or cake or pastry etc
baking powder
a dry leavening agent used in baking; a mixture of baking soda, an acid (often cream of tartar) and starch to keep it dry; when wetted, carbon dioxide is released
baking sheet
sheet pan, baking tray
baking soda
Common name for sodium bicarbonate
baking tray
An oven-proof metallic tray used to hold foods in the oven
baking trays
plural form of baking tray
baking pan
broad and shallow container used in cooking or baking
baking powder
A leavener containing baking soda, an acid (such as cream of tartar) and a moisture-absorber (such as cornstarch) Double-acting baking soda releases carbon dioxide gas when it becomes wet and again when exposed to oven heat
baking powder
leavening agent containing baking soda and an acid-forming substance
baking powder
any of various powdered mixtures used in baking as a substitute for yeast
baking powder
Used as a leavening agent in preparing baked goods Consists of a carbonate, an acid substance, and starch or flour Check the expiration date as baking powder loses its leavening power over time Instead of discarding when it becomes old just use it as a deodorizer in your refrigerator
baking powder
Baking powder is a combination of chemicals, usually bicarbonate of soda, sodium aluminum sulfate and a filler The most commonly used baking powder is a double acting type, found in your grocery baking section Test for its strength by mixing one teaspoon baking powder with 1/4 cup of very hot water If you do not get a vigorous foaming action, your baking powder is not fresh Do not use it Purchase a new can from your local supermarket Check the expiration date also while at the supermarket (see expiration date)
baking powder
Baking powder is an ingredient used in cake making. It causes cakes to rise when they are in the oven. a powder used when baking cakes to make them lighter
baking powder
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baking powder
Is used to aerate the product it is part of In cakes it gives the rise in the oven as yeast does for bread Baking powder is a mixture of an alkaline a one or more acids When the baking powder is wetted and heat is applied, carbon dioxide gas is released It is this gas that expands the cells formed during the mixing stage of the cake batter, giving the cake its volume There are various forms of baking powder which have varying reaction rates; slow and fast acting and some which contain a combination of the two called double acting baking powder The double acting version is generally used in the baking industry unless specific characteristics are required and therefore a tailor-made baking powder will be used top of page
baking powder
A leavener containing a combination of baking soda, an acid (such as cream of tartar) and a moisture-absorber (such as cornstarch) When mixed with liquid, baking powder releases carbon dioxide gas bubbles that cause a bread or cake to rise
baking powder
A chemical leavener usually comprised of sodium bicarbonate and a dry form acid and used in baking When mixed with a liquid the acid reacts with the sodium bicarbonate to produce carbon dioxide These gas bubbles are trapped in the dough and expand with heat causing the pastry or bread to rise Double acting baking powder produces CO2 on contact with liquid then produces more CO2when heat is applied
baking powder
A chemical leavener combining an acid with bicarbonate of soda to form the gas which enables baked products to rise The chemical reaction between the acid and the soda produces carbon dioxide to leaven the product The most common form of baking powder is the double acting variety, which produces gas upon mixing and again at high temperatures Always store this tightly covered
baking powder
A chemical leavening agent produced in three forms, all activated when combined with liquid Tartrate acts instantly Phosphate is activated partially by liquid, partially by heat Double-acting is activated mainly by heat, releasing most of its carbon dioxide in the baking process
baking powder
a combination of baking soda, an acid such as cream of tartar, and a starch or flour (moisture absorber) Most common type is double-acting baking powder, which acts when mixed with liquid and again when heated
baking sheet
A baking sheet is a flat piece of metal on which you bake foods such as biscuits or pies in an oven. A flat rectangular metal pan, often with at least one rolled-up edge, used for baking. a baking tray
baking soda
A white crystalline compound, NaHCO3, with a slightly alkaline taste, used in making effervescent salts and beverages, artificial mineral water, pharmaceuticals, and fire extinguishers Also called bicarbonate of soda, sodium bicarbonate
baking soda
Baking soda is pure bicarbonate of soda If required in a recipe, it can be found in your grocery baking section
baking soda
Chemically called sodium bicarbonate It is white powder used to raise the total alkalinity of pool or spa water without having much affect on pH
baking soda
This can be combined with water and dye to make a weak alkali solution used for direct application Also known as Sodium Bicarbonate When used with Fiber reactives such as Procion MX or Procion H, the chemical reaction must be assisted with heat, such as by steaming - won't damage silk the way soda ash can
baking soda
Rising agent used in baking and cooking
baking soda
Baking soda is the same as bicarbonate of soda. A white crystalline compound, NaHCO, with a slightly alkaline taste, used in making effervescent salts and beverages, artificial mineral water, pharmaceuticals, and fire extinguishers. Also called bicarbonate of soda, sodium bicarbonate. a powder used when baking cakes to make them lighter = bicarbonate of soda
baking soda
- Baking soda neutralizes the acidity of your starter and removes its flavor and sourness 2 WHEN SHOULD I FEED MY STARTER, AND HOW MUCH?
baking soda
a white soluble compound (NaHCO3) used in effervescent drinks and in baking powders and as an antacid
baking soda
Baking soda ("bicarbonate of soda") is a leavener used in baked goods When mixed with an acid ingredient (such as butter-milk, yogurt, or molasses), baking soda produces carbon dioxide bubbles that make the dough rise
baking soda
Chemically called sodium carbonate It is a white powder used to raise the pH of pool or spa water
baking soda
A leavening agent which must be combined with an acidic liquid to achieve results Sour milk, sour cream, buttermilk, yogurt, molasses, orange or lemon juice produce good results
baking soda
Sodium Carbonate raises the pH of water
baking soda
Sodium bicarbonate
baking soda
sodium bicarbonate (white powder used in cooking, medicine, etc.)
baking soda
A leavening agent that releases gas only when mixed with an acid agent, such as buttermilk, yogurt, or lemon juice
baking soda
(Sodium Bicarbonate) A white, crystaline powder Soothing, water softening, effervescent, deodorizing, stimulating Draws oils and impurities from the skin
baking soda
The main ingredient in baking powder, baking soda is also used when there is acid (buttermilk or sour cream, for example) in a recipe Always mix with other dry ingredients before adding any liquid, since leavening begins soon as soda comes in contact with liquid
baking soda
Also called bicarbonate of soda and sodium bicarbonate is a leavening agent which is used as an essential ingredient in baking powder When used alone as a leavener, recipes must include some type of acid to neutralize the resulting sodium carbonate in the finished product Buttermilk, yogurt, sour cream, and citrus juice are adequate acid to use You may also use baking soda to help neutralize the acid in recipes that call for large amounts of fruit
baking tin
(British) pan used for baking
baking tray
A baking tray is the same as a baking sheet. a flat piece of metal that you bake food on
baking-powder biscuit
leavened with baking powder
bake
To smoke marijuana
bake
To dry by heat
bake
To become baked

The bread is baking at the moment.

bake
Any of various baked dishes resembling casserole

If you happen to have small, heat-proof glass or ceramic pots in your kitchen (known as ramekins) then you can make this very easy pasta bake in fun-size, individual portions.

bake
To cook (something) in an oven, but not in fat. Compare roast

To bake bread.

pre-baking
Before baking
bake
{v} to heat or harden by fire, be baked, dress
bake
To cook, covered or uncovered, by dry heat (usually in an oven) When applied to meats and poultry cooked uncovered, the process is often called roasting
bake
To dry or harden (anything) by subjecting to heat, as, to bake bricks; the sun bakes the ground
bake
cook and make edible by putting in a hot oven; "bake the potatoes"
bake
The process, or result, of baking
bake
To cook food in the direct heat of an oven
bake
If places or people become extremely hot because the sun is shining very strongly, you can say that they bake. If you closed the windows you baked Britain bakes in a Mediterranean heatwave
bake
To cook in an oven
bake
When a cake or bread bakes or when you bake it, it cooks in the oven without any extra liquid or fat. Bake the cake for 35 to 50 minutes The batter rises as it bakes. freshly baked bread
bake
To cook food surrounded by dry heat, generally in an oven Baste To moisten food with melted butter, pan drippings, marinades, melted fat, or other liquid over food while it cooks This promotes moistness and a browned surface Continuous basting adds flavor and prevents meat from drying out and to add flavor Beat To make a mixture smooth by whipping or stirring with a spoon, electric mixer, fork, wire whisk, or beater To stir vigorously with a spoon, fork, wire whisk, hand beater or electric mixer to smooth and lighten a mixture
bake
To be hot
bake
To cook in an enclosed oven
bake
prepare with dry heat in an oven; "bake a cake"
bake
To cook by dry heat in an oven or oven-type device, in a covered or uncovered container
bake
A cooking method that surrounds food with hot, dry air Similar to roast but the term usually applies to breads, pastries, vegetables and fish
bake
To cook by dry heat, usually in an oven When applied to meats cooked uncovered in an oven, it is called roasting
bake
To prepare, as food, by cooking in a dry heat, either in an oven or under coals, or on heated stone or metal; as, to bake bread, meat, apples
bake
heat by a natural force; "The sun broils the valley in the summer"
bake
prepare with dry heat in an oven; "bake a cake
bake
cook and make edible by putting in a hot oven; "bake the potatoes" prepare with dry heat in an oven; "bake a cake
bake
To harden by cold
bake
To cook food in an oven, surrounded with dry heat; called roasting when applied to meat or poultry
bake
To cook by dry heat in an oven
bake
To cook in a dry heat chamber
bake
A vegetable or fish bake is a dish that is made by chopping up and mixing together a number of ingredients and cooking them in the oven so that they form a fairly dry solid mass. an aubergine bake. see also baking
bake
{f} cook in an oven; tan, sunbathe
bake
Cooking with the use of dry heat, usually in an oven
bake
If you bake, you spend some time preparing and mixing together ingredients to make bread, cakes, pies, or other food which is cooked in the oven. How did you learn to bake cakes? I love to bake. + baking bak·ing On a Thursday she used to do all the baking
bake
{i} dish comprising of a few ingredients that are mixed together and baked; social event or party at which food is baked and served; act of baking; cooking bread or pastries or cakes
bake
To cook by dry air in a preheated oven
bake
To be baked; to become dry and hard in heat; as, the bread bakes; the ground bakes in the hot sun
bake
To do the work of baking something; as, she brews, washes, and bakes
baking soda
{i} bicarbonate
margarine for baking
margarine which is specially made to cook well in baked foods
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Havacılık) backing
baking

    Heceleme

    bak·ing

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    beykîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈbākəɴɢ/ /ˈbeɪkɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'bAk ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English bacan; akin to Old High German bahhan to bake, Greek phOgein to roast.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    baking soda, baking powder

    Videolar

    ... There's a large under-banked or under served baking ...

    Günün kelimesi

    plenipotentiary