Counterpart of Gisahin in English & Sample Sentences
GISAHIN IN ENGLISH – Here is a guide on the English counterpart of the word “gisahin”.
Undeniably, a lot of people are doubtful when it comes to the translations of certain Tagalog words in English. In this article, we will review the meaning of the word “gisahin”. We will also discover its counterpart in the English language.
What is “gisahin”?
Gisahin is a Tagalog term that refers to frying quickly in a little hot fat. It is usually used in cooking onions and garlic in oil in preparation for a main dish.
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What is “gisahin” in English?
After knowing about the exact meaning of the word, surely many of us want to know not only the English translation of the word gisahin but also some examples of sentences using it.
Gisahin in English = Saute
Mga halimbawa ng mga pangungusap na gumagamit ng salitang gisahin:
1. Gisahin mo muna ang kamatis at bawang bago mo ihalo ang luya at iba pang mga ipinamili mo.
2. Sa murang edad, alam na ni ng batang si Gino kung paano maggisa, magluto ng itlog, at mamalantsa ng mga damit niya.
3. Sino ang naggigisa sa kusina kaninang madaling araw?
4. Sinabihan ni Lourdes si Valentina na gisahin ang bawang at kamatis pero hindi niya ito sinunod.
5. Sinunod mo ba ang nasa listahan ng paraan ng pagluluto niya tulad ng paggigisa muna ng bawang?
Examples of sentences using the word saute:
1. The chef sauteed some garlic and onion in butter as part of the cooking process but he surely has a secret in doing it.
2. Did you tell Jasmine to saute it and then add the softened pork for frying when the garlic starts to turn brown in color?
3. Do you think the one who cooked the viand for tonight sauteed it?
4. The mother happily taught her two daughters on how to saute onion and garlic.
5. Diamond knows how to saute onion and garlic in a frying pan but he does not know how to cook fried egg.
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