Cooking ways:

Here you have got a list of the most common kitchen verbs and cooking particular vocabulary like fry, bake, peal,

grind, and so on.

To bake – to cook in the oven
To boil – to cook in hot water on the top of the oven.
To chop – to cut with a knife.
To drain – to remove all the water.
 To Flambe – to cook with alcohol which is added to a hot pan to create flames for a short time.
To fry – to cook in oil, usually on the top of the oven.
To mix – to combine ingredients together.
To peel – to take the skin from something. 
To poach  – to cook an item by submerging it in a liquid that is just barely simmering. (75° C / 85° C). 
To pour – to move a liquid from one container to another.

To roast – to cook, especially meat, in an oven or over a fire.

To season – to add salt and pepper or extra flavor.
To simmer – to cook something slowly in hot liquid kept at or just below the boiling point. (85° C / 95° C).
To stir – to move the ingredients with a spoon.
To stir fry – to fry very quickly over high heat; “stir-fry the vegetables in a wok”. 
To toast – to cook or brown food, like. bread or cheese by exposing it to a grill or fire.
To BBQ – to cook food over charcoals on a grill.
To stew  – to cook meat and vegetables slowly in liquid in a closed dish or pan.
To slice – to cut a thicker piece of food into slices.
To grate – to rub food against a grater so it is cut it into a lot of small pieces.
To grill – to cook food under heat from a metal bar or flame.