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EnglishGerman
foodnt Essen
breakfastnt Frühstück
brunchm Brunch
lunchnt Mittagessen
dinnernt Abendessen
suppernt Abendessen
snackf Kleinigkeit

ingredientspl Zutaten
butterf Butter
fishm Fisch
flournt Mehl
wheat flournt Weizenmehl
flour milk
fruitspl Fruchte
herbspl Kräuter
margarinef Margarine
meatnt Fleisch
  • beef
  • nt Rind, nt Rindfleisch
  • chicken
  • nt Hähnchen
  • pork
  • nt Schweinefleisch
  • lamb
  • nt Lammfleisch
  • brisket
  • nt Bruststück
  • ham
  • m Schinken
  • steak
  • nt Steak
  • fillet
  • nt Filet
  • turkey
  • m Puter
  • pork chop
  • nt Schweinekotelett
  • lamb chop
  • nt Lammkotelett
    pepperm Pfeffer
    saltnt Salz
    seasoningnt Gewürz
    spicesnt Gewürze
    sugarm Zucker
    vegetablesnt Gemüse
    vinegarm Essig
    waternt Wasser
    winem Wein

    cookingnt Kochen
    to cookkochen
    to boil (water)kochen
    to boil (meat/eggs..)kochen
    to cook (meal)zubereiten
    to grillgrillen
    to poach an eggpochieren
    to poach fishdünsten
    to roast (cook in oven)braten
    a roast of beefnt Roastbeef
    to simmerauf kleiner Flamme kochen
    boiled
    roasted
    poachedverlorene
    grilled
    stewed
    rawroh

    dessertm Nachtisch, nt Dessert
    cake (large)m Kuchen
    cake (small)nt Gebäckstück
    puddingf Süßspeise
    sweetm/nt bonbon
    biscuitm/nt Keks
    cheesecakem Käsekuchen
    chocolatef Schokolade
    cookient Kochen
    crispspl Chips
    flapjackm Haferkeks
    gateauf Torte
    honeym Honig
    ice creamnt Eis
    jamf Marmelade
    meringuent Baiser
    moussef Mousse
    pancakem Pfannkuchen
    preservent Eingemachte
    sponge cakem Biskuit, m Biskuitkuchen
    syrupm Sirup
    sundaem Eisbecher
  • chocolate sundae
  • tartnt Törtchen
    treaclef Melasse
    yoghurtm Joghurt

    pastaf Teigwaren
    udon (japanese)f Udon
    soumen (japanese)f Somen
    raamen (japanese)f Ramen
    canellonif Canelloni
    carbonaracarbonara
    lasagnef Lasagne
    linguinef Linguineq
    macaronif Makkaroni
    pennef Penne
    raviolif Ravioli
    rigatonif Rigatoni
    spaghettif Spaghetti
    tagliatellef Tagliatelle
    tortellinif Tortellini
    vermicellif Vermicelli

    mealsf Mahlzeiten
    baconm Speck
    burgerm Burger
  • quarter pounder
  • casserolem Auflauf
    chopnt Kotelett
    lamb chopnt Lammkotelett
    pork chopnt Schweinekotelett
    currynt Curry
    hamburgerm Hamburger
    hotdogm Hot Dog
    kebabm Kebab
    pastrynt Gebäck
  • pastry shop
  • f Konditorei
    pief Pastete, f Torte
  • apple pie
  • m Apfelkuchen
    roast beefnt Roastbeef
    roast chickenm Hühnerbraten
    roast porkm Schweinebraten
    roast lambm Lammbraten
    saladm Salat
    sandwichnt Sandwich
    shepherd`s piem Shepherd`s pie
    snackm Snack
    soupf Suppe
    spare ribsf Spareribs
    steaknt Steak
  • rump steak
  • nt Rumpsteak
  • sirloin steak
  • nt Rindersteak
  • filet steak
  • nt Filetsteak
  • t-bone steak
  • nt T-Bone-Steak
    stewm Eintopf
  • beef stew
  • m Fleischeintopf
  • stewed
  • geschmort
  • stewed fruit
  • nt Kompott

    styles of cookingf Stile des Kochens
    chinesechinesisch
    englishenglisch
    japanesejapanisch
    italianitalienisch
    frenchfranzösisch
    dutchniederländisch
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