pour back

pour something back (in)

 and pour something back into something
to replace a liquid into something. Larry poured the extra glass of orange juice back into the pitcher. Lily took too much and poured some back. Pour back the extra juice into the pitcher.
See also: back, pour
References in classic literature ?
They pour back across the stream--half of them; the rest are dead.
Pour back into the saucepan and set over a low heat.
Add the hot caramel milk and cream, pour back into a clean saucepan and slowly bring up to heat to make a custard cream.
Then pour back into the pan with the remaining half of the milk and place back onto the heat, whisking constantly until the mixture comes to the boil and becomes very thick.
3 Now pour back into the pan and cook over a very low heat, stirring constantly with a spatula until the mixture is thick enough to coat the back of a spoon.
of wild hibiscus syrup shaken ("very gently, Robinson said," "just pour back and forth") and strained into a flute, then topped with prosecco and garnished with an edible wild hibiscus flower.
Pour back into the freezer container and freeze overnight.
Pour back into saucepan Stir over low heat until thickened.
Pour back into saucepan and cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until mixture coats the back of a spoon.
Once fully blended, pour back into tall glass and add the appropriate drizzle to serve.
Add enough so the sauce coats the back of a spoon then pour back over the meat, warm it through to make sure its hot, adjust seasoning to taste with salt if needed and serve with some cooked buttered new pots, or some creamy mash pots.
The money belongs to Nation, collected through taxes and will pour back to them with prudence in open and transparent way'.
10 year old Concrete Place & Finish Company specializing in control line cutting, concrete cut, remove, prep and pour back.
Once the cream mix has come to the boil, pour half over the egg mix and whisk, then pour back into the pan and cook over a gentle heat, moving continuously.