PARBOIL

To boil until partially cooked; to blanch. Usually this procedure is followed by final cooking in a seasoned sauce.

Parboil

Partly cooking in a boiling salted liquid as in blanching.
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Parboil

To partially cook food in boiling water before completely cooking by some other process.
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Parboil

Par'boil` transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Parboiled ; present participle & verbal noun Parboiling .] [ Middle English parboilen , Old French parbouillir to cook well; par through (see Par ) +
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Parboil

• (v. t.) To boil or cook thoroughly. • (v. t.) To boil in part; to cook partially by boiling.
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PARBOIL

To boil until partially cooked; to blanch. Usually this procedure is followed by final cooking in a seasoned sauce.
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Parboil

To partly cook in boiling water. In the case of vegetables, they should still be very firm, but not crunchy.
Found on http://www.foodinaminute.co.nz/Cooking-Basics/A-Z-Cooking-Glossary

Parboil

To boil food briefly in water, cooking it only partially. Parboiling is used for dense food like carrots and potatoes. After being parboiled, these foods can be added at the last minute to quicker-cooking ingredients. Parboiling insures that all ingredients will finish cooking at the same time. Since foods will continue to cook once they have been ...
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