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fish slice

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Utensils
fish sliceˈfish slice noun [countable] British English πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DFUa kitchen tool used especially for turning food when cooking, with a wide flat part and a handle syn spatula
Examples from the Corpus
fish sliceβ€’ Use a fish slice to do this, as the pastry is very floppy.β€’ Lift sausages out, using a fish slice, and keep warm.β€’ Using a fish slice, transfer the cooked fritters to paper towels to drain.β€’ Lift the plait on to a greased baking sheet with a fish slice.β€’ Heat oil in non-stick frying pan and cook sandwich for 3 mins, pressing down firmly with fish slice before turning over.
fish slicefish sliceBritish EnglishDFU a kitchen tool used for lifting and serving pieces of food syn spatula American English β†’ slice
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