Where "pour" won't work because the object of the action is not liquidy (or fluidic) enough, you can use an alternative that describes either the action the actor performs on the container, or the motion the "poured" object takes toward the destination.
- "She tumbled several sugar cubes into her cup."
- "He tilted the single brick of curry into the frying pan."
- "She jostled exactly three ice cubes into the bowl, plus one onto the floor." (Or "shook")
- "He rolled a nutmeg out of the spice jar."
Some of these are ambiguous as to whether the verb is indicating the actor using a hand or other object to assist with the motion vs. indicating the motion the object took as a result of what the actor did to its container (which in this short form, we are trying not to specify); I suggest those cases which seem ambiguous would either be left ambiguous, replaced with a less ambiguous verb, or expanded/replaced with a compound description of the action to remove the ambiguity, e.g. "With her staff, she shoved and awkwardly rolled the gold ingot out of the tilted wheelbarrow."