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 Übersetzung für 'juice a lemon' von Englisch nach Deutsch
gastr.
to juice a lemon
eine Zitrone ausdrücken
5+ Wörter
gastr.
a squeeze of lemon juice
ein Spritzer {m} Zitronensaft
Teiltreffer
gastr.
lemon juice
Saft {m} von Zitronen
gastr.
lemon juice
Zitronensaft {m}
gastr.
lemon juice
Limonisaft {m} [österr.] [bayer.] [veraltet]
gastr.idiom
freshly-squeezed lemon juice
Zitrone {f} natur
inside of a lemonZitroneninneres {n}
quote
Blood is a quite peculiar juice.
Blut ist ein ganz besondrer Saft. [Johann W. v. Goethe]
I bought a lemon. [coll.]Die haben mir was angedreht. [ugs.]
I bought a lemon. [coll.]Ich hab mir was andrehen lassen. [ugs.]
to be a lemon [coll.] [idiom] [pej.]eine Niete sein [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to stand there like a lemon [pej.] [idiom]dastehen wie Piksieben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to feel like a lemon [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]sichDat. wie ein Idiot vorkommen [ugs.] [pej.]
bot.T
lemon-balm / lemon balm / lemonbalm [Melissa officinalis]
Herztrost {m} [regional] [Zitronenmelisse]
bot.T
lemon-balm / lemon balm / lemonbalm [Melissa officinalis]
Darmgichtkraut {n} [regional] [Zitronenmelisse]
bot.T
lemon-balm / lemon balm / lemonbalm [Melissa officinalis]
Englische Brennnessel {f} [Melisse]
bot.T
lemon-balm / lemon balm / lemonbalm [Melissa officinalis]
Mutterkraut {n} [regional] [Zitronenmelisse]
bot.T
lemon-balm / lemon balm / lemonbalm [Melissa officinalis]
Mutterwurz {f} [regional] [Zitronenmelisse]
bot.T
lemon-balm / lemon balm / lemonbalm [Melissa officinalis]
Zahnwehkraut {n} [regional] [Zitronenmelisse]
bot.T
lemon-balm / lemon balm / lemonbalm [Melissa officinalis]
Frauenkraut {n} [regional] [Zitronenmelisse]
bot.T
lemon-balm / lemon balm / lemonbalm [Melissa officinalis]
Riechnessel {f} [regional] [Zitronenmelisse]
bot.T
lemon-balm / lemon balm / lemonbalm [Melissa officinalis]
Spanischer Salbei {m} / Spanische Salbei {f} [Melisse]
22 Übersetzungen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • "Acidified buttermilk" is a substitute made by adding a food-grade acid such as vinegar or lemon juice to milk.
  • They are eaten for breakfast or as a dessert, with lemon juice and sugar, butter and maple syrup, fruits (sometimes stewed) such as strawberries and cream, ice cream, or mascarpone.
  • The first known publication of a margarita recipe was in the December 1953 issue of "Esquire", with a recipe calling for an ounce of Sierra tequila, a dash of triple sec, and the juice of half a lime or lemon.
  • It is boiled, then served with olive oil and lemon juice like a salad, sometimes alongside fried fish.
  • It is made by hand by boiling the milk and coagulating it with a vegetable element such as the thistle flower ("Cynara cardunculus"), lemon juice or an animal element (rennet).

  • Some versions of the sauce are closer to a garlic mayonnaise, incorporating egg yolks and lemon juice, whereas other versions lack egg yolk and contain more garlic.
  • It is made by simmering a mixture of pomegranate juice, sugar and lemon juice and reducing the mixture for about an hour until the consistency of syrup is achieved.
  • 6 or lower with lemon juice or citric acid. Properly acidified tomatoes and figs are acid foods and can be safely processed in a boiling-water canner.
  • "Carpaccio" of beef is a thin slice of raw beef dressed with olive oil, lemon juice and seasoning. Often, the beef is partially frozen before slicing to allow very thin slices to be cut.
  • A popular First Nations recipe involving the removal of all the fishes' bones, canola or peanut oil for frying, along with a breaded-like coating that's mixed with lemon juice and grated parmesan cheese (with a few other basic ingredients) to coat the smelts just prior to frying them.

  • A light squeeze of lemon juice is commonly added. In many cases, chefs also choose to add finely chopped and lightly sautéed mushrooms to the dish, although this was not specifically mentioned in "Larousse Gastronomique" or by Auguste Escoffier, the "Emperor of the World's Kitchens", who was an arbiter of classic French cuisine.
  • In Cyprus, the dish is known as [...] (talattouri) and is similar to the Greek recipe with a more characteristic flavour of mint and added acidity in the form of lemon juice.
  • To prevent this, lime or lemon juice can be added to avocados after peeling.
  • Both recipes are distinct in that they typically call for flavourings of cinnamon and lemon juice to be added and differ in texture, not taste.
  • The most common seasonings are salt, pepper, and acids (such as lemon juice).

  • It was 1796 before the British navy adopted lemon juice as standard issue at sea.
  • It is made from approximately equal parts lemon and/or lime juice and simple syrup and shaken vigorously with ice.
  • Demerara is a light brown, partially refined, sugar produced from the first crystallization during processing cane juice into sugar crystals.
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