Translation of curdle in Spanish:
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo
transitive verb/verbo transitivo
- 1.1 (cause to go bad, separate) [milk/mayonnaise] cortar 1.2 (cause to form curds) [milk] cuajarExample sentences
- The curd which is half curdled has been considered as a totally unwholesome food item.
- There are records of cheesemakers is the Scottish Highlanders, Cheshire and Gloucestershire using Lady's Bedstraw to curdle milk and colour their cheese.
- If the tub can be left for a decent period of time in direct sunlight, so the cream begins to separate and curdle, all the better.
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