caramelize

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Synonyms for caramelize

be converted into caramel

convert to caramel

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Blanch, then cut the sprouts in half, and colour in a little butter with the pancetta, chestnuts and pine nuts, adding a touch of honey at the end to aid caramelisation.
The caramelisation processing was studied through the color change of the pigmented part during drying.
It's not difficult to get a degree of caramelisation in sugar.
Its golden colour originates, not from additives, but from the caramelisation of the sugar, butter and syrups.
I have added sugar to speed up the caramelisation of the onions, but if you would prefer it less sweet, leave the sugar out and give the onions a little more cooking time.
Maple double mustard chicken thighs Both kinds of mustards I've used - American-style yellow and wholegrain - provide a fantastic flavour and the maple syrup gives a wonderful sticky sweetness and caramelisation.
To speed up the caramelisation of onions, add a little baking soda to the pan.
The cure helps tenderise and flavour the meat, and the sugar then rehydrates the flesh, adding all that wonderful muscovado liquorice-y-ness and caramelisation when cooked.
We also control the caramelisation of the coffee beans in the machine itself.
The remnants of marinade that still clung to the two cubes I was served remained damp for it had not been cooked sufficiently long, or perhaps at not high enough temperature, to cause any caramelisation.
The blow torch wasn't working and hence the caramelisation had not taken place.
Fry the scallops in a hot frying pan with a little butter for about 20 seconds (you want the centres to be just warm, but with a nice caramelisation on the outside.