Translation of bake in Spanish:

bake

Pronunciation: /beɪk//beɪk/

transitive verb

  • 1

    Cooking
    she bakes her own bread hace el pan en casa
    • bake in a hot oven hornear en horno caliente
    • do you fry it or bake it? ¿lo fríes o lo haces al horno?
    • baked potato patata asada / al horno
    • baked custard tipo de flan
    • baked Alaska Alaska al horno postre de helado y merengue
    • She had put up a table for the presents, put balloons and streamers everywhere and helped the cook bake her own cake.
    • Together we discovered a sack of flour, mixed it with water, started the ovens and baked flat breads.
    • Some examples of healthy comfort food include baked sweet potatoes, minestrone soup or sauteed vegetables over rice.
    • A conventional gas or electric oven bakes bread with a lot of hot air, or convection.
    • The pizzas were freshly baked in a brick oven and tasted absolutely fantastic.
    • I guess we should just go up to her while our cake is baking and tell her just how we feel.
    • The bread is baked in a wood-fired oven, which takes two weeks to reach temperature.
    • Cookies will bake more evenly if they spend equal time on the top and bottom racks of the oven.
    • The kitchen faces part of the restaurant and I was encouraged to see that they had installed a wood-fired oven for baking pizzas.
    • She loves us a lot and cooks lovely dinners and bakes nice buns and tarts.
    • Originally, the biscuits were baked in large industrial ovens, but the recipe has been altered so that one can bake them in a domestic oven.
    • Once the cookies were baking, we took a break, and walked into the living room.
    • While pie is baking, mix the topping ingredients, first the butter and brown sugar until crumbly, then blending in the nuts.
    • While the squash is baking, place 1/4 cup of olive oil into your soup pot that has been placed over medium heat.
    • It was, of course, understood that the factory was being built as a bakery making specialist breads and that these breads would be baked in ovens.
    • She entered the kitchen to the enticing smell of beef stew, newly baked bread, and apple pie.
    • We cook, bake bread, make cheese, sew, make soap and candles, and milk goats.
    • Lorna served a thick meat-filled stew, with fresh baked bread and warm apple pie for dessert.
    • To distract myself from the wait for Elle to deliver, I had cooked them the same fruited breads and baked sausages that I served the soldiers.
    • Hop Sing served roast beef, new potatoes in gravy, fresh baked bread, and apples in a glazed cinnamon sauce.
    • Line the tart with foil, fill with baking beans and cook for 10 min.
    • My mother cooked everything and baked our cakes.
    • This version is particularly easy to make, because the fish is placed raw in a baking dish and covered with the boiling sauce, before being baked in the oven for a few minutes.
    • This can be made ahead, then reheated while the biscuits or corn bread are baking.
    • To help keep larger cuts of meat from drying out while broiling, grilling or baking, sear them first.
    • I'm also pretty good at English puddings: I like cooking baked apples, crème brûlée and rice pudding.
    • Stuffing it into her mouth, she grunted and let the cook get on with baking the bread.
    • It may not look special, but it is special: the sauce is fresh, the cheese is real, the crust is baked in a wood-burning oven.
    • While cake is baking, make the icing by mixing together cream cheese, creme fraiche, butter, vanilla, sugar and walnuts.
    • After the bread was baked, ovens could have been utilised for a range of dishes that needed long, slow cooking.
    • The advantage lies in the fact that microwave oven bakes the moist ingredients about three times faster.
    • While baking the cake we cooked the fish and chips and ate the food as it was gradually cooked while talking about terrible plane incidents on QANTAS airlines.
    • When the cake has baked, take it out and invert onto a sugared baking sheet.
    • But it wasn't until my mother baked Apple Pye that the king deigned to visit.
    • Fan-assisted ovens and baking bread simply don't go together.
    • All the pizzas are freshly baked in the downstairs oven which can be seen by diners and passers-by alike.
    • Soda bread or cakes were baked in the pot oven over the dying embers of the fire and covered with a few sods of burning turf.
    • While the pie was baking, she removed some vegetables and meat from the icebox to prepare for dinner.
    • While apples are baking, place remaining sugar and spices into the sauce pan, ensuring it's well mixed.
    • The old ovens are wood-fired and bake beautiful bread.
    • Out on the sidewalk patio, Mantra's inviting overstuffed wing chairs baked in the heat.
    • The ground baked hard that summer and we felt no compassion for anyone but ourselves.
    • Summer had faded into fall, but even as September wore on Paris still baked under a strange late heat wave that showed no sign of letting up.
    • We had been in the Gulf for several months, baking in the summer heat.
    • The earth bakes under the late summer sun, battered by the sudden violence of summer storms.
    • Floods in some streets created impromptu swimming pools for many Iraqis baking in the relentless heat.
    • And unusual weather takes the fun out of summer, as many people bake in the worst heat wave in years.
    • If it was where our Sun is, we would be baking in heat 700 times hotter than we suffer today.
    • The BSE crisis came on top of a poor crop production year in 2003 as most of western Canada baked under a summer-long heat wave.
    • I saw other storks in Cordoba, Spain, baking in the 116 degree heat on the top of a statue.
    • It will be remembered as the summer that Britain baked - but according to a new study, the heatwave of 2003 was no act of God.
    • The hot weather is baking the already miserable townspeople, and the summer that used to be for sunbathing and holidays is now given to the plague.
    • I asked for urgent remedial action to be taken before the weather warmed up and the ruts got baked solid.
    • We sat in bunkers, baking in the heat, hoping the next one didn't carry the bug.
    • He recalled that day vividly, the warmth on his cheek, the smell of the fish he had caught, baking in heat, as they lay on the floor of his boat.
    • Each cell receives a slow trickle of swamp cooled air which does little to alleviate our suffering in the summer months when we feel like we are being baked alive.
    • He didn't know why she insisted on baking in the summer, anyway.
    • He recalled putting his gas mask on 14 times the previous day, which meant spending about six or seven hours baking in 35C heat in a mask.
    • Why is it that when the first peek of sun appears, people scramble wildly to de-robe themselves and bake their white flesh to a nice shade of ruby?
    • Yorkshire's tourist attractions experienced mixed fortunes last year as the country baked in the scorching summer weather.
  • 2

    (in sun)
    (brick) cocer al sol
    the mud has been baked hard by the sun el sol ha endurecido el barro

intransitive verb

  • 1

    Cooking
    my mother used to bake on Fridays mi madre hacía pasteles (/ pan etc. ) los viernes
  • 2

    (in sun)
    (brick) cocerse al sol
  • 3informal

    (in the heat)
    morirse de calor informal
    asarse informal

noun

  • 1US

    (meal)

    reunión donde se consume comida hecha al horno

  • 2British

    (dish)

    plato hecho al horno