simmer


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Synonyms for simmer

bubble

Synonyms

fume

Synonyms

simmer down

Synonyms

  • calm down
  • grow quieter
  • control yourself
  • unwind
  • contain yourself
  • collect yourself
  • cool off or down
  • get down off your high horse

Synonyms for simmer

to cook (food) in liquid heated to the point of steaming

to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

simmer down: to bring one's emotions under control

Words related to simmer

temperature just below the boiling point

Related Words

boil slowly at low temperature

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Simmer, who played this season at 285 pounds, ballooned to 310 from inactivity, but started feeling better through the fall and decided to return to Dartmouth for the 2018 winter semester -- just in time for football conditioning.
Simmer has competed in numerous ocean races around the world including the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race.
Currently Simmer is available in convenience stores in much of the Carolinas, and the company is looking for additional opportunities.
and bring to a simmer. Drain horseradish and discard milk.
When biscuit manufacturer and exporter Simmers of Edinburgh invested in an expansion at its manufacturing facility in Edinburgh, Scotland, Sigpack Systems was its partner of choice.
Bring to a boil, reduce the heat, and simmer for 10 to 15 minutes.
Cover and bring to a boil, then reduce heat to medium-low and simmer 10 minutes.
Coconut milk, bay leaves, and tamarind are added and allowed to simmer to combine flavors.
The words braise, slow roast and simmer sound soothing.
Good cooks know the slow simmer is their secret weapon.
(Remember that the beans will absorb a great deal of water as they soak.) Then bring to a slow boil in the soaking water, and simmer.
Then simmer sauces took the market by storm, and by 1993 had taken over the number one spot with a 61% share of sales.
In 1970, when her brother lost the family sailboat during a camping holiday, Ingrid Simmer asked him to replace it with a windsurf board.
Simmer the stock very slowly on low heat for several hours to retain the maximum flavor and nutrients.