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#6 term Good Houseke

Set 6 terms cooking

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dijon mustard A prepared mustard (originally made in Dijon, France) which can be mild ro highly seasoned.
dot To scatter bits, as of butter or margarine, over surface of food.
draw To remove entrails from and clean poultry or games. Drawn fish are whole fish that have been cleaned (envicerated) but not boned.
dredge To cover or coat food, as with flour, cornmeal, etc.
dress To mix salad or other food with dressing or sauce.
dressed fish Whole fish with scales and entrails removed. Usually head, tail and fins have also been cut off. Smaller fish are generally called pan dressed.
drippings Fat and juice given off by meat or poultry as it cooks.
durum A wheat variety used in making high-quality spaghetti and other pastas.
enchilada A tortilla, stuffed, rolled and served with a highly seasoned sauce.
enrich Resupplied with vitamins and minerals lost during processing of food.
Created by: wedigm