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braising:

see cookingcooking,
the process of using heat to prepare foods for consumption.

Many common cooking methods involve the use of oil. Frying is cooking in hot oil; sautéing is cooking in a small amount of oil; stir-frying
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Braising and stewing are firmly back on the menu," said Andy Boulton, meat buyer for Waitrose.
Braising it in something flavoursome means the barley will draw in all the flavour so it is brilliant in casseroles, soups, stews, or cooked in stock, but of course if cooked in plain water would be quite bland.
When braising beef I have usually used conventional European flavourings, red wine or beer and herbs such as tarragon, bouquet garni or thyme.
After broiling the steaks and roasting or braising the other cuts, the researchers trimmed off any remaining external fat.
He will also demonstrate roasting, braising, broiling and other cooking techniques.
Since I can more easily control the temperature, I've switched from stovetop braising to oven braising and even leave the house for a couple of hours as my roast braises happily in my oven, like a crockpot.
Cool trotters to room temperature in braising liquid, then remove skin and meal and shred meal.
1 YOU NEED 750g pork spareribs, split into individual ribs, 600ml groundnut or vegetable oil; for braising sauce: 900ml chicken stock, 2tblspns chilli bean sauce, 85ml Shaoxing rice wine or dry sherry, 1tbs Chinese rock sugar or granulated sugar, 1.
The next day remove the pork from the braising juices, keep half of the juice to reheat the pork, the remainder bring to the boil and reduce by half, add the double cream, reboil and simmer for five to 10 minutes, until a nice sauce consistency is achieved, season to taste and strain.
ATHERE are two main ways to cooked larger pieces of meat in the oven - by roasting and by braising.
Your local butcher will have braising steak and you should find packs in supermarkets, costing about pounds 1 per steak.
95) proves that one doesn't have to spend hours simmering, stirring, roasting, and braising to create mouth-watering Italian flavor--all of its recipes can be completed in less than an hour, some in less than thirty minutes.