Translation of precook in Spanish:


precocinar, v.

Pronunciation /priːˈkʊk//ˌpriˈkʊk/

transitive verb

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    • If possible, pre-cook all poultry in the microwave, then take them straight to the barbecue to finish them off.
    • If necessary pre-cook indoors and finish on the barbecue,’ he added.
    • Partly pre-cook meat in the stove or microwave to reduce the grilling time.
    • There were no nutritional supplements, no vitamin enriched pre-cooked dinners here.
    • The new brand of packaged case-ready products covers a variety of fresh, frozen and marinated pre-cooked meat and pork items in the retail meat case.
    • Frozen, pre-cooked meat can be replaced by fresh meat cooked there and then.
    • Canning was perfected in the early 1800s and quickly became popular as a convenient, cheap, and safe method of conserving pre-cooked food.
    • I can never understand why most fish pie recipes require you to pre-cook the fish in milk, then subject it to 30 minutes in the oven.
    • Instant, or ‘five-minute’ polenta, is pre-cooked maize flour that has been dried and remilled.
    • It can't be pre-cooked, sauced, injected, marinated, or cured in any way, before inspection.
    • They could pre-cook their burgers and have them ready and hot for customers when they arrived.