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simmer

[′sim·ər]
(engineering)
The detectable leakage of fluid in a safety valve below the popping pressure.
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Continue adding A' cup stock at a time, and simmering till the entire stock gets absorbed and the rice is cooked well.
When the soup has been simmering for an hour, remove it from the heat, then liquidise it if possible.
For a "creamy" soup, stir in a cup of low-fat milk after simmering or top each bowl with a dollop of plain low-fat yogurt.
Reheat in a saucepan of simmering water for 10 minutes.
Simmering food slowly, for a long time, helps the juices penetrate the whole.
Of all of winter's foods, fondue is the most communal, bringing friends together around a simmering chafing dish.
The tantalizing aroma of a homemade soup, simmering all day on the kitchen stove, has stirred our appetities for centuries.
Quickly cut the steaks into slices on the diagonal and stir into the simmering mustard sauce before serving.