pressure pan

pressure pan

[′presh·ər ‚pan]
(geology)
An induced soil pan which has a higher bulk density and a lower total porosity than the soil directly above or below it and is produced as a result of pressure applied by normal tillage operations or by other artificial means.
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Six common bean (Phaseolus) cultivars were cultivated and cooked using four different methods: in a regular pot, in a pressure pan, with and without previous soaking.
Heat oil in a pressure pan and fry the onion till translucent.
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We brought in a selection of the world's finest chickens, raised on different diets and in a variety of habitats, and cooked them open pan, slow cook, high pressure pan and more--using nothing but a pinch of salt as seasoning--and found the best target flavour profiles to guide the creative team in the design of this new range.
Fissler's new Blue Point Pressure Pan set, which includes two lids and a wire basket, is more than just for pressure cooking, but also for steaming, sauteing, braising, grilling or frying.
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