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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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Olive oil, which comes in a variety of flavours and can be used for roasting, grilling and sauteing.
COOKING TIP When sauteing onions and garlic for a recipe, do the onions first.
Make the family a pot of Cheese Ravioli and Greens Soup by first sauteing finely chopped onion and minced garlic in olive oil in a large soup pot.
carrot-like flavor and rich for sauteing, medium-heat
From proper knife handling and choosing the right knife for the right job to sauteing and stuffing fish and more, techniques are accompanied by successful recipes for maximum results.
Not the afternoon with her husband outside sauteing tilapia, the acquaintances raising high their Sam Adams to toast her.
The best way to prepare vegetables is by steaming or sauteing them in olive oil.
Fresh walleye does well with a light touch, a simple sauteing after a light dusting in seasoned flour, the better if butter and some bacon grease enter the equation now and then.
"So when I'm sauteing the little scallions and I'm slicing the avocado and making sure-because he likes his tomatoes thin-that the tomatoes are perfectly thin, it'll all be done with love.
Who knows, by the end of the series I might be sauteing and flambeing with the best of them?
by layering the meat onto a large skewer which is then put to rotate in front of a vertical grill -- but the way my Lebanese butcher in London taught me: by slicing the meat into long thin slivers and marinating it before sauteing it quickly over a medium-high heat."
I normally use a 1 1/2-2 quart pot, and start by sauteing the couscous in a bit of butter until it turns a nice golden brown.