Braise

• (n.) Alt. of Braize • (v. t.) To stew or broil in a covered kettle or pan. • (n.) Alt. of Braize
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braise

verb cook in liquid; `braise beef`
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Braise

Braise transitive verb [ French braiser , from braise coals.] (Cookery) To stew or broil in a covered kettle or pan. « A braising kettle has a deep cover which holds coals; consequently the cooking is done from above, as well as below. Mrs. Henderson. » ...
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Braise

A moist cooking method in which the main item, usually meat, is seared in fat, then simmered in stock or another liquid in a covered vessel.
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Braise

Braise is a term in cooking to describe meat which is blanched and then stewed with fat bacon until tender. The process is also known as braising, and should be carried out with heat supplied both to the top and bottom of the pan, as distinct from stewing where heat is applied solely to the base of the pot. In the absence of an oven, braising was c...
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braise

live coals; braised
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Braise

Meat browned in fat with vegetables, seasonings and then cooked slowly in liquid so it is partially submerged then cooked in an oven, this combines moist and dry heat cooking. Making a pot roast is an example.
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braise

To cook meat by browning it in fat, then simmering it in a covered pan with a little liquid.
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Braise

To cook slowly in a very small amount of liquid in a dish with a tightly sealed lid.
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braise

[v] - cook in liquid
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