[ UK /ɪmˈʌlsɪfˌaɪ/ ]
form into or become an emulsion
The solution emulsified
- cause to become an emulsion; make into an emulsion
How To Use emulsify In A Sentence
- A balloon whisk is the best tool for this job since the wire strands really do a good job or emulsifying mixing together the two ingredients, one oil based, the other water. Meathead Goldwyn: Crispy Cornell Chicken: An Upstate New York Classic
- Continue to add oil in steady stream, blending to emulsify.
- The gallbladder stores bile, used to emulsify beneficial fats so the body can absorb them.
- Use plain water, detergents, suitable proprietary compounds, or emulsifying agents.
- Mr. Adri à 's "foams," made with a siphon, and "airs," created by emulsifying the foam on food that has liquified, have been imitated by chefs around the globe — with varying degrees of success. Putting on Airs
- The River Café Classic Cookbook admits using butter in a vongole is unorthodox – but harnessing its emulsifying properties to thicken the sauce is a tip Ruth Rogers and Rose Gray say they picked up from a seaside restaurant just outside Rome, and it's a good one. How to cook perfect spaghetti alle vongole
- Emulsify Naehrstoff-Heyden (albumose) 7.5 grammes in 200 c.c. cold distilled water and add to melted agar. The Elements of Bacteriological Technique A Laboratory Guide for Medical, Dental, and Technical Students. Second Edition Rewritten and Enlarged.
- Other kinds of oil emulsify on contact with water, turning it, even when substantially diluted, the colour of milk.
- But emulsifying salts also feature on the ingredients list, so it is not as pure as the creamy white stuff. The Sun
- A second major factor in stability is the emulsification process, a combination of creaming or mixing the cheese and the addition of emulsifying salts.