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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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corzetti and add to braise followed by onions and sea beans.
The flavour is stronger than the sweet milky taste of the new season's, so if it's on the menu I tend to pair it with other robust flavours such as tapenade (black olive paste) or braise it with Moroccan spices.
A pork braise is a fantastic supper, with thick savoury juices.
The end result is an enhanced kitchen sink that provides an efficient, compact space in which to clean, cut, steam, boil, poach and braise food - improving the overall efficiency of food preparation and cooking, while insuring a professional level of cooking quality.
Place in the oven and braise until the artichokes are tender,
Braise in a preheated 325-degree oven until meat is very tender, about 3 hours.
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.
Although no serious injuries occurred, sore muscles, calluses, and braises were common in all the classes.
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.
But he's quick to add that one of his favorite ways of cooking is slowly -- stews, braises, chilis.
The kitchen really shines when, for example, it braises meaty short ribs ($17) with a rich pinot noir mixture, mashes Okinawan potatoes, adds a slice or two of red beet and caramelizes baby vegetables, resulting in a heady purple-hued dish of deep flavors and soft-to-crunchy textures.