Từ vựng tiếng Anh chủ đề Nhà Bếp mà bạn cần phải biết – English vocabulary about Kitchen

Here are some common kitchen vocabulary words:

  • Kitchen: a room or part of a room used for cooking and food preparation
  • Stove: an appliance used for cooking food, typically with burners or hotplates for heating pots and pans
  • Oven: a compartment or chamber for heating, baking, or drying
  • Refrigerator: a device or compartment that is artificially kept cool and used to store food and drink
  • Microwave: an appliance that cooks or heats food by producing microwaves
  • Sink: a basin, typically one with a tap, used for washing dishes, vegetables, etc.
  • Countertop: a horizontal surface in a kitchen or other food preparation area
  • Cabinet: a piece of furniture with doors and shelves, used for storing objects
  • Dishwasher: an appliance for washing dishes
  • Faucet: a tap for drawing water from a pipe or cistern
  • Knife: a tool with a sharp edge or blade, used for cutting
  • Cutting board: a wooden or plastic board on which meat, vegetables, etc. are cut
  • Pot: a deep, round, metal container with a handle and a lid, used for cooking or storing food
  • Pan: a flat-bottomed metal cooking container, often with a long handle
  • Utensils: tools used for cooking or eating
  • Ingredients: the things that are used to make a dish or meal
  • Baking: the art or practice of cooking food, especially desserts, using an oven
  • Roasting: cooking food, especially meat, by surrounding it with hot dry air in an oven
  • Boiling: the act of heating a liquid until it reaches a temperature at which bubbles form on the surface and rise to the surface
  • Frying: cooking food by immersion in hot oil or fat
  • Grilling: cooking food over a fire or other heat source
  • Sauteing: cooking food quickly in a small amount of fat over high heat
  • Broiling: cooking food directly under a heat source, such as a grill
  • Steaming: cooking food by surrounding it with steam
  • Blending: mixing ingredients together to form a smooth, uniform consistency
  • Whisking: mixing ingredients together with a whisk, a kitchen utensil with a series of loops or loops joined at a handle
  • Stirring: mixing ingredients together by moving them around in a circular motion
  • Measuring: determining the quantity of an ingredient or ingredients in a recipe
  • Mixing: combining ingredients together to form a single substance
  • Seasoning: adding salt, herbs, spices, or other flavorings to food to enhance its taste
  • Bakeware: the tools and equipment used for baking, such as baking sheets, cake pans, muffin tins, etc.
  • Cookware: the tools and equipment used for cooking, such as pots, pans, skillets, etc.
  • Tableware: the dishes, utensils, and other items used for setting a table and serving food
  • Glassware: the glasses and other drinking vessels used for serving drinks
  • Flatware: the knives, forks, spoons, and other utensils used for eating
  • Appliances: the mechanical or electrical devices used in a kitchen for cooking, cleaning, or storing food
  • Pantry: a room or closet used for storing food and other household supplies
  • Spice rack: a rack or cabinet used for storing spices
  • Utensil holder: a container used for storing cooking utensils, such as spatulas, ladles, tongs, etc.
  • Trash can: a container used for storing garbage or waste
  • Dishcloth: a piece of cloth used for washing dishes
  • Dish towel: a towel used for drying dishes
  • Apron: a garment worn over clothes to protect them from stains and splashes
  • Oven mitts: gloves or mittens used to protect hands from heat when handling hot pots, pans, or dishes
  • Garlic press: a tool used to crush garlic cloves into small pieces
  • Vegetable peeler: a tool used to peel the skin off of vegetables
  • Can opener: a tool used to open cans of food
  • Cheese grater: a tool used to grate cheese into small pieces
  • Meat tenderizer: a tool used to make meat softer and more tender
  • Juicer: a tool used to extract juice from fruits and vegetables
  • Blender: a tool used to blend ingredients together to create a smooth consistency
  • Food processor: a tool used to grind, chop, or puree food
  • Immersion blender: a tool used to blend ingredients together directly in a pot or other container
  • Rolling pin: a tool used to roll out dough for pies, cookies, and other baked goods
  • Whisks: kitchen tools with a series of loops or loops joined at a handle, used for mixing ingredients
  • Spatulas: kitchen tools with a flat, flexible blade, used for scraping, spreading, or flipping food
  • Ladles: kitchen tools with a deep, oval-shaped bowl and a long handle, used for serving soup or other liquids
  • Tongs: kitchen tools with two long, flexible arms that can be squeezed together, used for picking up or turning food
  • Salt: a white, crystalline mineral used to season food
  • Pepper: a spice made from the ground, dried berries of the pepper plant, used to season food
  • Sugar: a sweet, crystalline substance obtained from various plants, used to flavor and preserve food
  • Flour: a fine, powdery substance made from ground grains, used to make bread, cakes, and other baked goods
  • Baking powder: a dry chemical leavening agent used to make baked goods rise
  • Baking soda: a leavening agent used in baking, also known as sodium bicarbonate
  • Yeast: a single-celled organism that is used in baking to cause dough to rise
  • Butter: a solid dairy product made from the fat and protein components of milk or cream
  • Milk: a white liquid produced by the mammary glands of mammals, used as a drink or for making other products
  • Eggs: oval or round reproductive bodies produced by birds, reptiles, and some fish, used as food
  • Vegetables: edible plants or plant parts, such as leaves, stems, roots, or bulbs, used as food
  • Fruits: the sweet and fleshy products of certain plants, used as food
  • Meats: the flesh of animals used as food
  • Fish: the flesh of animals that live in water and are used as food

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