stir in

stir in

v.
To introduce something, such as an ingredient, into a liquid or mixture while stirring: The fruit punch tasted a bit bland, so I stirred in a cup of grape juice. Once the sauce is simmering, stir some parsley in.
See also: stir
References in classic literature ?
The thing made a big stir in the town, too, and a good many come out flatfooted and said it was scandal- ous to separate the mother and the children that way.
But we must have due regard for them, for they only miss greatness by a little, and remind us of the faint threnodies that stir in the throats of bird musicians upon the dawn.
Meanwhile, melt 50g of the butter in a pan, then fry the bacon in it for 5 mins until crispy, and stir in the flour.
Stir in the mix-ins of your choice, making sure they are evenly distributed and coated with melted chocolate.
Fry these spices with the onions for 10 seconds, next stir in the baked beans, chickpeas and salt.
Puree the soup in a blender and then stir in the lime juice and zest.
When the mixture reaches 300 degrees, remove the pan from the heat and immediately stir in the baking soda and vanilla.
We plan to offer more mix-ins, so customers can select and stir in their favorite, creating customized dessert themselves.
Remove pot from stove with the help of a grown-up helper and stir in the nuts and raisins.
Simply stir in one of the "mix-ins" when preparing the Stuffing Mix according to package directions:
Stir in almonds, parsley and black pepper to taste.
Stir sour cream mixture into flour mixture just until ingredients are moistened, then stir in egg whites.
Combine cornstarch with arrowroot in a small bowl and stir in 3 tablespoons cold water until cornstarch and arrowroot have dissolved.
Stir in beans and reserved tomato salsa; set aside.