Stir Together in a sentence

How to use Stir Together in a Sentence?

  • Stir together a tablespoonful of butter and two of flour, and moisten with cold milk.
  • Stir together to a cream, three quarters of a pound of sugar and the same quantity of butter.
  • Stir together a pound of butter and a pound of sugar; and sift into another pan a pound of flour.
  • Stir together, as for a pound-cake, equal quantities of fresh butter and powdered white sugar.
  • Sift twice; stir together 1/2 cup of sweet milk and 1/2 cup of thick, sweet cream.
  • Stir together and place a spoonful on the top of each half of apple and place in oven until meringue has browned and serve pie cold.
  • Half a pound of sugar and the juice of half a lemon and the same quantity of water as of lemon juice; stir together and spread on very thin.
  • Stir together till very light half a pound of butter and half a pound of powdered white sugar, and add a glass of white wine.
  • Stir together wheat meal and cold water (nothing else, not even salt) to the consistency of a thick batter.
  • Use a double boiler, put in it the first five articles, stir together until smooth; add the well-beaten egg and the milk.
  • Have almost as much boiling milk as puree, remove from the fire and stir together, add two tablespoonfuls of cream, and serve at once.
  • Take one pint of new milk, one pint graham or entire wheat flour; stir together and add one beaten egg.
  • Stir together to a cream, half a pound of butter, and half a pound of powdered white sugar, and add a wine-glass of mixed wine and brandy.
  • In mixing salad dressings, first, carefully stir together all the ingredients except the oil and vinegar, and add these gradually and alternately a few drops at a time.
  • For the dough: One pint flour, one-half cup butter, stir together; one teaspoonful baking powder, and milk to make a dough.
  • Stir together till very light, half a pound of powdered white sugar; and half a pound of fresh butter; adding the spice, with a glass of white wine, and a glass of brandy.
  • Now slowly pour the dissolved lye over the fat (a half cup of ammonia added improves soap), stir together until lye and grease are thoroughly incorporated, and the mixture drops from the stirrer like honey.
  • Stir together to a cream, half a pound of butter and a quarter of a pound and two ounces of powdered sugar, add a grated nutmeg, a large tea-spoonful of powdered cinnamon, and half a tea-spoonful of beaten mace.
  • Chop a very little onion fine, add two tablespoonfuls of butter; stir together over the fire until a good brown; add the bread; stir well; put into this the chopped meat of a large lobster; salt, cayenne and nutmeg.
  • Melt half a cup of butter in three-quarters of a pint of warm milk, dissolve one cake of compressed yeast in a little tepid milk, stir together and add a teaspoonful of salt and enough flour to make like bread dough, set to rise in a warm place.
  • Stir together till of a light brown color, one pound sugar, one-half pound butter, then add eight eggs beaten to a froth, add flour enough to make them stiff enough to roll out, flavor with lemon, cut in rings half an inch thick, bake in quick oven.
  • Put in a saucepan a tablespoonful of white flour and two tablespoonfuls of Groult's potato flour, stir together and add a tablespoonful of butter and a cup of milk, mix all together and place on the stove where it is not very hot.
  • Stir together till very light, six ounces of fresh butter, and half a pound of powdered white sugar; and add gradually the spice, with two wine glasses of brandy, (or one of brandy and one of white wine.)
  • 1 quart warm milk 2 cups grated cheese Stir together to boiling point and pour over piping-hot toast in heated bowl.
  • Stir together over the fire two ounces of butter, and two ounces of flour, until they are perfectly blended, boiling one pint of milk meantime; when the butter and flour are smooth, pour the boiling milk into them, stir in two ounces of grated Parmesan gradually and melt it thoroughly, stirring constantly until the sauce is smooth; if cream is used instead of milk, and the Parmesan cheese omitted, the same is called _Cream B

Short Example Sentence for Stir Together

  • Stir together and beat well, the longer the better.
  • Stir together with egg beater, and put into a hot buttered skillet.