Definition of 'recipe'
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History shows pitching players into the singles without a previous outing is a recipe for disaster. The Sun (2016)It was a recipe for disaster. The Sun (2016)The book includes a recipe detailing how to make scrambled eggs properly, and macaroni cheese. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This book has 50 delicious recipes and explains the best soups to eat and when. The Sun (2016)That's no recipe for success. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Recipes for serious kitchen folk. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I'm just a family cook with recipes with not too many ingredients. The Sun (2016)Each recipe serves 1 person Just multiply the ingredients to feed more! The Sun (2017)That is the only recipe for sustained success. Times, Sunday Times (2015)This is a darker and more indulgent variation of my favourite basic muffin recipe. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cheese is not usually served with this recipe. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Add an apple or two for natural sweetness to any of the recipes listed below. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Try out and new foods recipes or vary ones you already know. The Sun (2006)You do not always need student recipe books. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are many many recipes for this delicious sticky drink. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Your new book is recipes that you cook at home. The Sun (2015)Why do some recipes tell you to toast walnuts? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Try these spicy but simple recipes which will make any meal in the sun one to remember. The Sun (2011)Visit the service wing and stables and collect seasonal recipes in the kitchens. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That puts you under maximum pressure and is a recipe for disaster. The Sun (2012)My recipe for success is hard work. The Sun (2007)These noodles are one of my favourite family recipes. Times, Sunday Times (2009)All the recipes serve six to eight people. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Who else would publish a recipe book that actually despises food? Times, Sunday Times (2013)Now they have released a book of delicious recipes for pies of all seasons. The Sun (2011)Some recipes tell you to do this overnight. Times, Sunday Times (2013)This book is all about simple recipes that do not require lengthy preparation. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is amazing how much easier it is to cook and follow recipes when your kitchen cupboard is fully stocked. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Give three cooks a recipe with the same ingredients to make it and you will end up with three quite different dishes. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There's no need to write out a laborious ingredients list for this recipe. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The more you think about recipes using raw food, the more enticing they seem. Times, Sunday Times (2007)All in all, this is an odd confection, as if made from the ingredients from one recipe and the method of another. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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Translations for 'recipe'
British English: recipe /ˈrɛsɪpɪ/ NOUN
A recipe is a list of ingredients and a set of instructions that tell you how to cook something.
...a recipe for chocolate cake.
- American English: recipe
- Arabic: وَصْفَةٌ لِتَحْضِيرِ طَعَام
- Brazilian Portuguese: receita
- Chinese: 烹饪法
- Croatian: recept
- Czech: recept kuchařský
- Danish: opskrift
- Dutch: recept keuken
- European Spanish: receta culinaria
- Finnish: ruokaresepti
- French: recette culinaire
- German: Rezept
- Greek: συνταγή μαγειρική
- Italian: ricetta
- Japanese: 調理法
- Korean: 요리법
- Norwegian: oppskrift
- Polish: przepis
- European Portuguese: receita
- Romanian: rețetă
- Russian: рецепт
- Spanish: receta modo de hacer algo
- Swedish: recept matlagning
- Thai: ตำรากับข้าว
- Turkish: tarif
- Ukrainian: рецепт
- Vietnamese: công thức nấu ăn
Definition of recipe from the Collins English Dictionary
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