broiling


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Synonyms for broiling

Synonyms for broiling

cooking by direct exposure to radiant heat (as over a fire or under a grill)

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Chefs would be mortified about cooking fish in the microwave because it looks too anemic and doesn't have a nice caramelized surface that comes with barbecuing, pan-frying or broiling.
Extra-lean burgers charbroiled on the gas grill to the same doneness emitted roughly four times more cholesterol, and broiling the fattier meat released 72.
a) keep the chicken refrigerated until just before cooking b) remove the skin after the chicken is cooked c) remove the skin before the chicken is cooked d) before broiling or grilling the chicken, pre-cook it in a microwave for a few minutes and pour off the Juices e) any of the above
They suspect these mutagens, perhaps with others produced by broiling or frying, may help cause the human cancers that have been linked to eating cooked meat.
The upper and bottom grills are ideal for broiling and roasting, providing variable heat from above and below.
For extra flavor, coat the pork tenderloins with a rub made with paprika, chili powder, pepper and garlic before grilling, broiling or oven roasting (on a tray lined with heavy-duty foil).
Grilling, barbecuing, broiling, and pan-frying are more likely to produce HCAs than baking of roasting, because they generate more heat.
Comparing broiled hamburgers made from 100 grams of regular, lean and extra-lean ground beef, their studies show that cholesterol differences among precooked patties level out during broiling.
Since the company's founding in Miami in 1954, the BURGER KING(R) brand has become recognized for the great taste of Flame Broiling, HAVE IT YOUR WAY(R) and the WHOPPER(R).
2-oz) and less bread than the competitor's sandwich and features the popular taste of flame- broiling.
Opt instead for roasting, baking, broiling, braising, poaching, sauteing, stir-frying and microwaving, which require little or no fat.
The good news: your restaurant probably "blackens" its fish with spices and ordinary broiling.