blanch[ blanch, blahnch ]SEE DEFINITION OF blanch
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BLANCH
Or you may blanch a quart of ground-nuts and put them in instead of the almonds.
Blanch them in boiling salted water, then drain and fry them in butter.
Take off the outside leaves of a lettuce, blanch and drain them well.
First blanch them by putting them into cold water and bringing it to the boil.
Blanch them by putting them in cold water and bringing them to the boil.
Grate four ounces of bread, blanch two ounces of sweet almonds, and beat them fine in a marble mortar, with orange-flower water.
Small close cabbages, laid on a stone floor before the frost sets in, will blanch and be very fine, after many weeks' keeping.
When the fruit is nearly ripe, pare and cut some in halves; break the stones, blanch the kernels, and put them to the fruit.
He seemed to blanch as he recognized the Minister of Justice.
And the devil and Doctor Faust, if necessary, and don't you blanch!