In a cup, mix the lemon juice, the raw garlic and the chopped parsley and pour on the sizzling shakshuka when serving.
It's morning on the Long Island City set of the Food Network's chopped, which means it's time for dinner.
So I chopped carrots, peeled potatoes, and used a frying pan.
Toss in the garlic cloves, the chopped celery, stir well and season with the peperoncino and another ¼ teaspoon salt.
Burnett said Peden took it and chopped it up into a bunch of pieces after the shooting.
A Canadian put up a small chop mill and chopped wheat something like feed is chopped now.
It was plainly evident that it had been chopped off quite recently.
Garnish plate with slices of lemon and tomato sprinkled with chopped parsley or with a leaf of parsley or spinach on each.
And then he realized that the pear-tree which the bonze had chopped down must have been his axle.
I tell you, yesterday I said to myself: 'Pierre, you will be chopped to pieces before the sun comes up to-morrow.
"to cut with a quick blow," mid-14c., of uncertain origin, perhaps from Old North French choper (Old French coper "to cut, cut off," 12c., Modern French couper), from Vulgar Latin *cuppare "to behead," from a root meaning "head," but influenced in Old French by couper "to strike." Related: Chopped; chopping.
"shift quickly," 1530s, earlier "to bargain" (early 15c.), ultimately from Old English ceapian "to bargain" (see cheap); here with a sense of "changing back and forth," probably from common expressions such as to chop and change "barter." To chop logic is recorded from 1570s. Related: Chopped; chopping.
"act of chopping," mid-14c., from chop (v.1). Meaning "piece cut off" is mid-15c.; specifically "slice of meat" from mid-17c. Sense of "a blow, strike" is from 1550s.
[1823+; fr Hindi, ''seal'']