Can You Explain Sauteing To Me?
Why should your food be at room temperature when you saute them?
When sauteing make sure you use only a small amount of oil. If you wish to have a food turn out crisp you need to heat the oil to a high temperature before adding the food. To test the temperature of the oil, add a small piece of food into the pan, and if it sizzles it is ready for you to saute.
Remember to always have your food at room temperature and it will saute so much better. Also cold food tends to stick to the pan. During the sauteing process the pan should be moved back and forth a few times to make sure the browning will be even.
Foods that are to be sauteed should be as dry as possible. Never salt your foods until sauteing is finished because salt keeps the food from browning.
Also be sure to never over crowd a pan that you are sauteing in. Your food won't brown and the contents of your pan will get mushy.
If you end up with excess fat or liquid in the pan use a bulb baster to remove the excess.
by breathe2travel 4 years ago
Do you prefer your cheese cold or room temperature when eating as a finger food?
by sciggy 8 years ago
pecan pie didn't set, this never happened before. Any ideas why this can hapen?Thanks
by Marissa 6 years ago
Which is better to drink: room temperature or ice cold water?Does it matter?
by Liz Elias 6 years ago
What is "room temperature," in degrees Farenheit? I am referring to cooking ingredients,and red wine? It seems to me that everyone has a different comfort level, and that "room temperature" will be different in everyone's home.
by Audrey Selig 8 years ago
Must medication be taken with room temperature water to dissolve and be absorbed by the body?Sometimes I take medication with cold water from the fridge. Is this a poor habit?
by Wayne Brown 7 years ago
Explain the function of a thermostat in an automobile cooling system.
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