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Synonyms for boiled

cooked in hot water

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Add boiled fettuccine, stir until fettuccine is well coated and cook for about 5 minutes.
The Los Angeles Times wrote that once water has boiled and the eggs have cooked for one minute, (http://www.
In the evaporator the working fluid is boiled from liquid to gas, and in the condenser it is reliquefied.
To soft boil an egg: I find this method simple and reliable and the various timings set out here seem to consistently produce soft boiled eggs time after time.
Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, brushing teeth, washing dishes, and food preparation until further notice," according to the notification.
Don't know about you but if someone unwrapped a boiled egg on my bus I'd go quackers.
Gwernaffield primary school pupils, Mold, drinking boiled water as a widespread health alert over a treatment works continued Picture: STACEY ROBERTS
I like that this gadget is small and compact, doesn't take up a lot of room on the worktop or for storage, does the job and makes a perfect boiled egg with minimum fuss.
Shrimp was boiled in tap water in a 14-cm diameter stainless steel vessel at boiling temperature (100[degrees]C).
COUNTRYSIDE: While reading the July/ August 2007 edition, I read the article on peeling boiled eggs submitted by Kathy from Montana.
Forget kids, even adults can be clueless about the fine art of cooking a boiled egg - just ask Delia Smith.
The company has shown that boiled carrots promote the absorption of beta-carotene in the body.
Boiled potatoes--the waxy kind, often sold as boiling, white rose, or red rose potatoes--can be tossed with chopped fresh or dried herbs and served hot.
The vats probably sat atop the pillars as their contents boiled, he says.
Keep in mind that the types of sweet corn grown commercially and eaten today are tender enough to be boiled, steamed or microwaved in a few minutes or even eaten raw.