sauteing : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n cooking in fat or oil in a pan or griddle
- v fry briefly over high heat
- Tea seeds are cold-pressed to produce this aromatic sweet oil, which can be used for sauteing or tossed into pastas or salads.
- There are cooking benefits as well: their lower moisture content makes for flakier pastries and less sputtering while sauteing.
- In Chicago and Los Angeles, retro restaurants are making Caesar salads, filleting Dover sole, carving roast beef and sauteing steaks right in the dining room.
- Shirley Corriher in Orlando Sentinel
I like to classify sauteing and stir-frying together,says Shirley Corriher, a biochemist turned foodie and author of CookWise: The Hows and Whys of Successful Cooking (William Morrow, $30). "The cooking time is very short."
- Ming Tsai in Ontario Argus Observer
Its light texture, neutral taste and high heat tolerance make it an ideal kitchen staple,Ming said. "Canola oil can be used for stir-frying, sauteing, baking and deep frying as well as in marinades, salad dressings and sauces."