Translation of infuse in Spanish:

infuse

hacer una infusión de, v.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈfjuz//ɪnˈfjuːz/

transitive verb

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    Cooking
    (tea/herb) hacer una infusión de
    • Bring to a boil; remove from the heat and set aside to infuse for 30 minutes.
    • The smooth chicken liver pate was also ordered ‘lightly infused with fresh herbs and cognac and served with Cumberland sauce’, and more tasty brown bread.
    • Cover and refrigerate overnight to let the flavours infuse.
    • To make your chamomile tea, unless otherwise directed on the packet, brew as you would conventional tea, infusing herbal tea bags for three minutes or steeping the dried or fresh herbs in a teapot.
    • Let the soup simmer for 40-50 minutes, until the flavours have infused.
    • At the last minute add the sprig of rosemary and infuse for two minutes.
    • Its juice is more water and detergent the herb more astringent, only the dried herb should be infused in wine or ale.
    • Remove pan from heat and let infuse for 30 minutes.
    • Nigel Slater infuses it in milk with fresh bay leaves to flavour his stunning white chocolate mousse.
    • This mixture then infuses at the slowest possible rate adequate to provide effective analgesia.
    • Simmer gently over a low heat for about 15 minutes, until the flavours of the spices infuse the vinegar.
    • Evelyn also listed cowslip among eight flowers which were to be infused in vinegar and eaten in composed salads or alone.
    • It's got pointy leaves, a papery texture, and tastes like mint infused with a good bite of white pepper, along with lemon and cilantro.
    • We infuse the mint stalks with water and sugar to make a simple syrup.
    • Most of us know that dried chamomile flowers infused to make a tea, calm, soothe and help you sleep.
    • It had been macerated and marinated for three days in a mixture of herbs and spices which infused its flesh.
    • You can make thyme tea by infusing a few sprigs of the herb in hot water, or use a proprietary brand herbal tea bag (available from health food stores and supermarkets).
    • Remove from heat, cover and infuse for 10 minutes.
    • One of the most popular, because it is visually striking, is made with Blavod Black Vodka, a brand infused with an herb that gives it a dark color.
    • A white vinegar is typically used as the base and is infused with herbs such as thyme, rosemary, garlic or basil.
    • Bring the broth up to the boil and simmer for about 15 minutes… very gently let the flavours infuse.
    • Bring the cream to a boil in a small saucepan, and put the rosemary in to infuse for 15 minutes, off the heat, uncovered.
    • In a saucepan over low heat, warm the simple syrup with the saffron and infuse for 15 minutes.
    • Heat the cream, and let the tea infuse in it for five minutes.
    • Instead of passionfruit flavouring, you could infuse the cream with either a fresh vanilla pod or some star anise pods.
    • Then turn off the heat, leave the syrup mixture to infuse for a further five minutes or so, then strain it through a sieve and leave to cool.
    • My major change to the recipe was to infuse a bit of strawberry into the simple syrup, and add about a half dozen sliced strawberries to the mascarpone itself.
    • Jasmine blossoms and green tea leaves are infused in extra-bitter chocolate ganache.
    • The candied orange and lemon peel infused a pleasantly marmalade-like flavour to counteract the sweetness of this light, eggy, cakey, sweet bread.
    • Remove from heat, stir in juice and mint and let infuse 30 minutes.
    • Mix well and cover to leave the flavours to infuse.
    • Add the lemon, orange, and lime zest and infuse for ten minutes.
    • Sage and chamomile mouthwash, created by infusing equal amounts of the two herbs in water, may be helpful when used four to six times a day.
    • Remove from heat and add thyme; infuse for 15 minutes.
    • My lamb was sitting on a bed of potatoes and a rich gravy infused with the flavour of several sprigs of rosemary.
    • If you're using a frozen vegetable package from the store, turn the heat up a bit so that the vegetables thaw and the flavour can infuse itself into the vegetables.
    • Simmer to infuse for five minutes and acid the lobster tails and claws.
    • Add the orange peel (not too much pith) and allow the orange flavour to infuse for several minutes
    • These are made by infusing 30 or more herbs, spices and even tree barks in white wine over many weeks - even months.
    • This baked cheesecake is best made a day in advance so that the flavour of the vanilla infuses into the cake.
  • 2literary

    (instill)
    to infuse sb with sth
    • to infuse sth into sb infundirle algo a algn
    • she infused them with new hope les infundió nuevas esperanzas
    • she infused new hope into them les infundió nuevas esperanzas
    • As a result, the Canadian government infused massive amounts of public money into the biotechnology industry.
    • They are superb for dotting through lower planting to infuse a bit of spatial drama.
    • This often infuses a bit of reality in the matter for both sides.
    • You infuse a positive energy and a special quality in whatever you do today.
    • You continue infusing energy and romance in long-standing relationships.
    • Munro infuses the reverberative weight of history into her work by spiraling time.
    • The business Jujitsu master will see this as an opportunity to infuse his store with new products.
    • A spurt of energy will see you infusing a current of force in professional projects today.
    • While the show's technical advisor, Kam Yuen, did well to infuse a certain amount of authenticity, there's only so much that can be done on a TV-sized budget.
    • At the end of the day, if you can infuse a healthy dose of communication, professionalism, and respect into your recruitment and retention efforts, your job will be all the more rewarding.
    • It's best to participate and infuse energy in personal relationships.
    • To achieve this objective, we need to infuse some amount of modernity into the system.
    • Presiding over these public and private documents is the ghost of Luther, and the religious fatalism and negativity that infused every dimension of Strehlow's life.
    • This is another consideration that infuses the amount that I will fix for retroactive child support.
    • There is an urgent need for infusing huge amounts of capital in these sectors.
    • Poems of sex and relationships and parenting and the imagination and work and death infuse this volume with the variety of a delicatessen.
    • My daily aim was to try to infuse a bit of God's holy light into the dense materialistic atmosphere.
    • This quality also infused his choreography, which he still occasionally has time for.
    • You infuse great energy in relationships and professional aspects.
    • Additionally, the high concentration of buffers resulted in less than expected volumes being infused to maintain pH of the fermentors.

intransitive verb

Cooking

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    let the tea bag infuse for three minutes deje la bolsita de té en infusión durante tres minutos