ladleful


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غَرْفَه
plná sběračka
skefuld
merőkanálnyi
ausufylli
plná naberačka
kepçe dolusu

ladleful

n one ladlefuleine Kelle (voll); each pan holds ten ladlefulsin jeden Topf passt der Inhalt von zehn Schöpfkellen

ladle

(ˈleidl) noun
a bowl-like spoon with a long handle fixed to it at right angles, for lifting out liquid from a container. a soup ladle.
verb
to lift and deal out with a ladle. He ladled soup into the plates.
ˈladleful noun
two ladlefuls of soup.
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The piece de resistance is to flambe the pudding by pouring over a ladleful of brandy and setting light to it - naturellement.
Add stock a ladleful at a time till rice is almost cooked through, 15 mins.
A smile crept across the cook's face as she dumped a ladleful of steaming liquid into my bowl.
Pour in the wine and bubble for a minute, then add the hot stock, a ladleful at a time, stirring between each addition and ensuring the stock has been absorbed before adding more.
Cook for another 20 minutes, gradually adding the remaining stock a ladleful at a time, until the rice is tender.
Keep adding broth, a ladleful at a time, stirring until each addition is absorbed before adding the next, until rice is just tender to the bite and still slightly soupy, 15 to 30 minutes.
Add hot stock a ladleful at a time, stirring between each addition to allow the liquid to be completely absorbed, until the rice is cooked and all the stock has been absorbed.
Or, opt for a ladleful of madiya pej, a grain gruel, Try phooto, a pebble-shaped mushroom that pops out of the earth like a blessing after the first shower.
Remove a ladleful of the cooking water and set aside in a bowl.
There are several artists of the 1960s generation whose portraits have become the icons of an era: Think of Robert Smithson standing alone at the end of his jetty, or Eva Hesse clowning in her studio, or a masked and booted Richard Serra wielding that ladleful of lead.