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broiling:

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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Bassoul said that the automated broiling equipment developed by Nieco was an excellent complement to Middleby's portfolio of cooking technologies.
While broiler element preheats, line a broiling pan with heavy aluminum foil.
After tearing apart my kitchen, however, I discovered that I did not own a proper broiling pan ...
Although broiling is believed to be a "healthier" cooking method than frying, it doesn't make much difference whether you broil or fry a chicken breast; you will end up with about the same amount of glycotoxins: 58 kU/g and 61 kU/g, respectively.
That means that frying, broiling or grilling greatly increases AGE levels in foods compared to boiling or steaming.
By scoring the salmon fillets, grilling or broiling them and letting the juices drip away, cooking them until the internal temperature reaches 175[degrees] F, and removing the skin before eating.
While fish is broiling, heat additional oil in large saute pan over medium-high heat.
Broiling and self-cleaning modes can emit high levels of the gas and can heat the storage drawer's temperature to dangerous levels, it was reported.
Calibrated to "pop-up" at the precise moment of doneness, the Timer takes the guesswork out of roasting, grilling, broiling, sauteing or frying.
Don't box it in: When broiling to brown the top, keep the oven door open a crack to allow excess steam to escape.
Motorists steeped in road rage, a broiling sun and exhaust fumes can be overwhelming.