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group Val is to..to fry, to grill, to bake and to roast. Er..to fry for example, how would you describe to fry food? - Normally, frying would be to put in some kind of a
or ..th.. the.. the food. Under a
, like in a.. in a fry pan.
- So you fry , for example. - Yes.
- And to grill? - To grill, would be a high heat or
a high heat, whatever
you’re… whatever food you’re.. cooking.
- So you’d barbecue for example, that would be grill..to grill. - Yes, you would grill on a barbecue.
- And to bake and to roast? - Roasting is used for meat. So, roasting could be roast vegetables, but
it’s for meat and it’s in a very
hot . Whereas baking is cooking in the
with a..a heat all around.
- So you’d bake a cake, for example, or you’d bake..erm..potatoes. - Yes, you could bake potatoes, you can bake
as well, but the heat is not normally as .
- Okay, so that would be the difference between roast chicken and baked chicken. - Yes, you have a more crispy crust on a roast chicken than a baked one.
- Oh, it sounds !
farmhouse = granja
bubbles = burbujas
fry pan (frying pan) = sartén
oven = horno
barbecue = barbacoa
whereas = mientras que
crispy crust = costra crujiente/dorada