froth up

froth something up

to whip or aerate something until it is frothy. Froth the milk up before you add it to the sauce. Froth up the milk before you pour it in.
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froth up

[for something] to build up a froth when whipped, aerated, or boiled. The mixture began to froth up as Dan beat it. The milk frothed up as the steam went through it.
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froth up

v.
1. To become frothy or foamy: The vinegar quickly frothed up when I added the baking soda.
2. To cause something to become frothy or foamy: The spinning blades of the blender frothed up the juice. You need to stir vigorously in order to froth the sauce up.
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Ideal for creating delicious iced cappuccino, chocolate frappes or cool chai lattes - in addition to warm specialty coffee drinks - the large capacity stainless steel milk pitcher can froth up to 8 ounces of milk, or heat up to 12 ounces of milk.
It comes with a large capacity stainless steel milk pitcher, which can froth up to eight ounces of hot, warm or cold milk.
which introduced the French Press to the American market 20 years ago, is aiming to froth up sales with its new Milk Whip.
1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Froth up flavor with the Capresso froth PRO and enjoy perfectly prepared creamy hot chocolate at the touch of a button.