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hotplate

(ˈhɒtˌpleɪt)
n
1. (Cookery) an electrically heated plate on a cooker
2. (Cookery) a portable device, heated electrically or by spirit lamps, etc, on which food can be kept warm
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hotplate - a portable electric appliance for heating or cooking or keeping food warmhotplate - a portable electric appliance for heating or cooking or keeping food warm
kitchen appliance - a home appliance used in preparing food
Translations

hotplate

[ˈhɒtpleɪt] N (on stove) → hornillo m; (for keeping food warm) → calientaplatos m inv

hotplate

[ˈhɒtpleɪt] n (on cooker)plaque f chauffante

hotplate

[ˈhɒtˌpleɪt] n (on cooker) → piastra (riscaldante); (for keeping food warm) → scaldavivande m inv
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The die is based on a Metal Oxide sensitive layer made on a micro hotplate.
3 Preheat the barbecue hotplate to low-medium and drizzle with a little olive oil to lightly grease.
From grilling a lobster to flash-frying some scallops - Everhot gives the option of having a grill and an induction hob alongside a traditional hotplate.
In 1606 the Guru was burnt alive on a hotplate by Mughal Emperor Jahangir in an attempt to have him change religious scriptures.
Stood next to a builder at the hotplate, I saw chips, sausages, spaghetti bolognese and jacket potatoes.
A CLEANER received a warning at the High Court in Glasgow after she dipped a chip into a hotplate of food while waiting in the canteen queue.
Village Bakery makes scones, hotplate goods and morning goods as well as frozen unbaked scones for the in-store bakery market, Welsh cakes, hotplate products such as pancakes and potato cakes and a range of baked scone products and bread roll products sold throughout the UK and Europe Accepting the Fastest Growing Firm in Wales award, sponsored by Capital Law, was the firm's chairman Alan Jones.
Grand National record: Red Rum (WON in 1973, 1974 and 1977, runner-up in 1975 and 1976), 1973 Glenkiln (fell 15th), 1983 Beacon Time (fell 19th), 1984 Kumbi (UR 19th), 1985 Kumbi (fell fifth); 1986 Imperial Black (14th), Dudie (fell sixth); 1988 Kumbi (fell 22nd); 1991 Hotplate (PU bef 22nd), 1992 Hotplate (PU bef two out), 1996 Sure Metal (17th), 1999 Back Bar (14th), Commercial Artist (PU bef 18th); 2001 Amberleigh House (fell eighth), Hanakham (fell second); 2003 Amberleigh House (third), 2004 Amberleigh House (WON); 2005 Amberleigh House (10th); 2006 Amberleigh House (PU bef 21st); Ebony Light (fell fifth); Inca Trail (eighth).
Indeed is it now a world leader in the design and manufacture of hotplate plants for the production of bakery products such as pancakes, muffins, crumpets, potato cakes, Welsh cakes, farls and soda bread.
In the IR image provided in Figure 4, a hotplate is brought to a constant temperature of 392 [degrees] F (200 [degrees] C) and left for several hours to reach equilibrium.
Ruth's Chris signature steaks are cooked with a 'broiling technique' at 1,000 degrees Celsius, and served to guests on a theatrical sizzling hotplate.
Sometimes I couldn't even turn the hotplate on and ended up breaking my manicured nails.