Prepositions after "stir"

stir in, with, by, for or into?

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    In 45% of cases stir in is used
    stir in the parmesan and butter.
    stir in cream and boil 30 seconds.
    stir in the teaspoon of baking soda.
    Now stir in the veggie mince or green lentils and leave to simmer - stirring occasionally.
    When the chicken is cooked, stir in the coconut paste with some water and bring to a boil.
    First came Primordus, which stirred in the Depths forcing the asura to flee to the surface.
    Take about a third of the mixture into a separate bowl, whip briefly then stir in the cooled cranberry mixture and two tbsp.
    While you're waiting, quickly add a teaspoon of corn flour to a cup and stir in the same amount of water in it to make a slurry.
    What a gift of wisdom this turned out to be as emotions were stirred in the process making it difficult to fully grasp and retain.
    Style of your business logo Think about the personality of your business and the mood you want to convey and stir in your customers when they recall your company.

    In 7% of cases stir with is used
    stir with whisk until mixture is well blended.
    Allow the butter to melt, and then sprinkle with the flour and stir with a whisk.
    You will have to work quickly, pouring in the milk with one hand and stirring with the other.
    Crumble turkey into the pot, stirring with a wooden spoon to break apart as much as possible.
    Pour hot milk into yolk mixture and stir with a wooden spoon (it doesn't say so but I would temper the egg mixture first to be safe).
    Still the way the two important political parties are ignoring the dominant social community, led the intellectual class stirred with doubts.

    In 7% of cases stir by is used
    The soul gets stirred by the external view of beauty.
    The Divine Child At this time, much gets stirred by the changes we experience.
    Little wonder students ' imagination was stirred by the past year of world rebellion.

    In 7% of cases stir for is used
    Put maida and continue to stir for another few minutes.
    Allow to boil without stirring for about 3 minutes.
    stir for another couple of minutes until fragrant and the onions are translucent.
    Once combined, stir for 1 to 2 minutes to cook the flour (but without adding color).
    Add a third of the beaten egg whites back into the bowl and stir for 10 seconds on reverse +speed 3.

    In 7% of cases stir into is used
    stir into the pure, fold in the whipped cream.
    stir into risen dough, then knead until smooth.
    They can be quickly stirred into hysteria and violence.
    Mix together all dry ingredients in a separate bowl and then stir into the pumpkin mixture.
    stir into the mix the pretentious pseudo-mysticism of the Kabbalah and it gets even loopier.
    While Tongariro was stirring into life, I was in Auckland for the EDS ' growing green conference '.
    stirred into action, the home midfield started to make their passes stick, and Marshall began to rule the right hand flank.

    In 6% of cases stir of is used
    This time it will be The Sixth Sense and stir of Echoes.
    stir of Echoes however is just a fun ghost movie that I could watch again and again and never get bored.
    stir of Echoes never has that issue stir of Echoes was based on a book by Richard Matterson (I Am Legend) and adapted by David Keopp (Premium Rush).
    stir of Echoes At a party, Tom Witzky (Kevin Bacon) gets hypnotized by his sister-in-law (Illeana Douglas) and stars having images of a girl who died recently.
    Tom Witzky (Kevin Bacon) in stir of Echoes and Malcom Crowe (Bruce Willis) in The Sixth Sense Both movies have young girls who were murdered and their deaths were covered up.
    Jake (Zachary David Cope) in stir of Echoes and Cole (Hayley Joel Osment) in The Sixth Sense both feature adult male leads who skeptical but later do believe what the youngsters are saying.

    In 2% of cases stir within is used
    And when they feel the spark of passion stirring within them, the tools of innovation have been so deeply ingrained that they are able to explore those passions to their fullest extent.

    In 2% of cases stir till is used
    Place over medium heat and stir till sugar dissolves.
    Dissolve 1/2 teaspoon of sugar in 80ml of hot water before adding it into the chili oil together with vinegar and stir till combined.

    In 2% of cases stir from is used
    They were n't, but he stared at them anyway -- and for too long, he could hear behind his back the audience stir from stultified silence and begin to heckle.

    In 2% of cases stir at is used
    Do not use any utensils to stir at this stage - sugar turns to caramel at 170C so anything will get stuck in it if you use them.

    In 2% of cases stir after is used
    Add remaining flour, a cup at a time, stirring after each addition.
    I still cook it about 6 minutes, stirring after 3 minutes, and adding a little water if it seems too hard, then cook for another 3 minutes.

    In 1% of cases stir on is used
    stir on low heat for about three minutes, until thick.

    In 1% of cases stir against is used
    His spirit was stirred against this monster David was not afraid.

    In 1% of cases stir until is used
    He was usually such a deep sleeper, away as soon as his head touched the mat, not stirring until the roosters signalled the rise of the sun and the start of a new day.

    In 1% of cases stir up is used
    We witnessed amazing comebacks; stared in wonder at the sheer skill on display; and stirred up a wall of congratulatory noise time and time again.

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