Skewer Sentence Examples
The meat, usually lamb or beef, is grilled or broiled on a stick or skewer.
Another popular technique is to place vegetables on a metal skewer and grill the entire skewer over a flame.
Sometimes in the south during the cold season they wear a cloak of skin or matting, fastened 'with a skewer, but open on the right-hand side.
The starter of grilled squid comes with wonderfully crisp tentacles climbing up a vertical wooden skewer.
When ready to serve, divide the saffron pilaf between two plates, and top each with a chicken skewer and some raita.Advertisement
Thread 2 wrapped scallops on a skewer, then a coral followed by 2 more wrapped scallops.
To check whether the cake is done insert a skewer into the center.
Tie the chicken into a neat parcel with string, or secure the filling by pushing a fine wooden skewer through the skin.
When cooking baked potatoes in the oven put a skewer through them and they will cook quicker as the metal conducts the heat.
Use to stuff the body cavity of the goose, securing with thread or a small skewer.Advertisement
To check the cake is cooked, insert a metal skewer into the center, it should come away clean.
Those village worms are quite too large; a shiner may make a meal off one without finding the skewer.
Use the hot skewer to brand a lattice pattern into the icing sugar mixture on the surface of the pie.
Weigh the duckling, prick the skin all over with a sharp skewer or fork.
Skewer the fruit on a long toothpick, insert it into the drink and float the fresh mint on top.Advertisement
Thread four pieces of beef onto each skewer.
Most of us have heard of shish kebabs, marinated meat and vegetables served on a skewer.
When it's time to rotate the vegetable kabobs, just grasp the skewer with tongs and turn it.
Using a thin skewer, poke a few holes in each biscuit to help them bake more evenly.
Skewer chunks of chicken or beef, alternating with onions, peppers, and pineapples on metal skewers.Advertisement
Roast a marshmallow on a long handled skewer over an open flame.
Tie the end of the wick that's not going into the wax around a dowel, chopstick or wooden skewer to make it easier to hold onto.
To keep the wick straight in the mold, lay a wooden or metal skewer across the top of the mold, as illustrated in the photo above.
Place a pencil or a wooden skewer across the mouth of the jar to support the wick as the candle hardens.
After snipping off the ends, use the pen to mark the center point on each skewer.Advertisement
On only one of the skewers, mark the halfway point between one end and the center of the skewer.
You should now have one skewer with a center mark and another skewer with a center mark and a quarter mark.
The middle marking on this skewer should sit directly on top of the quarter marking on the other skewer.
Using the pen, mark a dot on the plastic to denote the locations of the ends of each skewer.
Starting with the top point, use a small piece of tape to attach the end of the skewer to the plastic.
You will need to wrap the tape from the skewer to the other side of the plastic.
Continue this with the bottom point of the skewer and then the left and right points of the other skewer.
Attach the ribbon by tying it to the skewer at the bottom end of the kite.
Put one bamboo skewer lengthwise in the middle of the diamond.
If the skewer is larger than the paper, trim it down so that it is the same length.
Put the other bamboo skewer widthwise in the middle of the diamond.
Just like the previous skewer, trim it down to size if necessary.
Use a toothpick or skewer to make the holes.
For a different look, try making a bouquet of balloons, or skewer fresh fruit on a pineapple or melon base.
Thread a water soaked wooden skewer through the lobster tail meat.
Packet cooking, skewer cooking and direct cooking on the grill are all recommended.
Tie the end of the wick to the skewer to hold it straight.
Allow the candles to harden before trimming the wicks to remove the skewer.
For a backyard camp-out, keep it simple and plan to cook hotdogs and marshmallows over a hot grill or fire pit (if zoning allows) on a long skewer.
Try cutting out bits from magazines and pasting them together collage-style at the top of a toothpick or skewer or making a big number 40 with clay or fondant.
As long as you're using a handheld stick or skewer to prepare your campfire meal, you remain in control of how close the food gets to the fire and for how long.