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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I set my electric oven to broil and placed my steak broiling contraption on the top shelf.
"I was so excited when I learned about glycation and glycotoxins, and how broiling, barbecuing, and grilling are damaging my health.
Because frying and broiling create only small quantities of these mutagens, their role in human cancer has not been established.
Fortunately for consumers, according to Melanie Polk, AICR's director of nutrition education, "There is no need to eliminate grilling or broiling completely.
Vendors have also given toaster ovens more versatility by adding defrost features along with toasting and broiling capabilities.
And for years, nutritionists have extolled the health advantages of broiling instead of pan frying, since it allows much of the saturated fat to drip away before the meat ever reaches your lips.
Brush several times during broiling with remainder of vinegar mixture.
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
Six 48-inch SKUs contained two electric ovens each with eight-pass, 4,000-watt broiling and 10-pass, 5,000-wattbaking.
* Cook by steaming, microwaving, broiling, poaching, or stir-trying.
After broiling the steaks and roasting or braising the other cuts, the researchers trimmed off any remaining external fat.
Turn the ham over, using 2 wide spatulas for support; continue broiling until top is lightly browned, about 6 minutes more.
Grilling, barbecuing, broiling, and pan-frying are more likely to produce HCAs than baking of roasting, because they generate more heat.