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Antonyms for cooked

having been prepared for eating by the application of heat


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To successfully reheat cooked white or brown rice, place it in a container that allows at least 2-3 inches of extra room.
Chard is almost always tastiest cooked, and it cooks quickly because of its relatively thin leaves.
They can also form directly on food when it's cooked to a crisp.
The findings suggest by-products of the cooked sucrose and casein can promote colon cancer development, Bruce says.
When pressed for time, rely on a stable of shortcut ingredients such as canned tomatoes, broth and beans, cut-up rotisserie chicken (added near the end of cooking time), tomato paste, frozen vegetables such as corn, pearl onions and edamame beans, dried mushrooms, cooked sausages.
Texture not as crisp as fresh; better as a cooked dish rather than in a salad.
Cuisine Solutions utilizes the "Sous-Vide" technology and methods which means that the products, such as Lamb Shank with Rosemary Mint sauce, Seared Tilapia with Lemon and Green Peppercorn sauce, or Veal Osso Bucco, are vacuum sealed and then slowly cooked at the right temperature immersed in water.
Keep in mind that stuffing cooked inside the turkey is more moist than if cooked outside.
If you like to prepare cooked beans, we suggest you make a big enough batch so you've got several meals' worth.
Cuisine Solutions products are fully cooked and frozen, and in compliance with government HACCP guidelines, so restaurants can use their products with no issue.
Grill chicken until cooked through, 3 to 4 minutes on each side.
If you've cooked pasta in enough water, and gently pour it into the strainer, it will not stick.
To freeze cooked turkey, wrap in freezer wrap or tightly sealed freezer bags and mark with the date
Another favorite is frozen cooked tortellini mixed with cooked chicken breast, asparagus and heated store-bought Alfredo sauce.
According to the ADA/ConAgra Foods survey, more than one in four people (26 percent) typically reuse marinades and sauces for basting cooked meats - a surefire way to spread bacteria.