braised braised  /b ˈreɪzd/


  • (adj) cooked by browning in fat and then simmering in a closed container


  1. And if you drink too many, you can cook up his recipe for braised pork belly, touted as a hangover cure.
  2. Yue demands with a serious face, digging into a Shanghai eatery's rendition of braised pork shoulder, a quivering delicacy synonymous with nouveau riche fulfillment.
  3. Rogue Old Crustacean is intense and malty--a perfect complement, suggests Garry, to grilled meats or braised pork belly.


  1. What to do with leftover red wine

    Lamb shanks braised in red wineServes 4        
    on June 9, 2013     Source: Boston Globe

  2. For actual Google interns, 'work' is the keyword

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - Massage therapists are kneading away. Yogis are leading limb-stretching sessions. And chefs are putting the finishing touches on the chipotle-braised black beans with grilled spring onions.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: 9 News Denver


  1. "Honestly, when I got the magazine, words like braised, caramelized onions, buttery, stringy : I was so excited," Gayle says. "Somebody said to me, 'Gosh, you're like a kid at Christmas.' And you know I can get that excited just reading words...
    on May 13, 2008 By: Gayle King Source:

  2. "I would love this as a gift," said Ms. Beck. "I'd serve it with braised meats, beef short ribs, cassoulet or rabbit."
    on Nov 27, 2007 By: Beck Source: Dallas Morning News

  3. "It has great flavor, real ingredients. that's what people want now," Ripert tells me. "They are tired of the esoteric. It's, 'just give me the braised carrots, please, not the smell of them'."
    on Jan 30, 2009 By: Eric Ripert Source: Newsweek

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