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  • v. Alternative form of caramelize.

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Examples

  • The omlets tend to get brown on the outside because of how they carmelize, meaning people think they are burnt and they aren¬ít.

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  • It is a laminated pastry, for it is 97 ! layers of thin dough layered with butter and sugar, then baked in a pan with butter and sugar on top so the outside and corners carmelize to a nice flaky crunch.

    Jay Weston: Thomas Keller's New Bouchon Bakery Opens in Beverly Hills

  • - Slowly saute coarsely chopped chayote in butter with some onion until the edges carmelize and get crispy, add a chopped (fresh) chile pepper of your choice towards the end of the cooking time, season with salt, pepper and whatever herbs you'd like.

    What did you do with your Chayote today?

  • I love the picture of your soup: it has such a deep, dark broth, so you obviously went to a lot of effort to carmelize the onions well.

    Easy French Onion Soup | Baking Bites

  • Three cups of graham crackers are added to the recipe creating a thick dough and lastly, the marshmallows, once baked, carmelize giving a crunchy toffee-type of taste.

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  • Sprinkle with the brown sugar and the nutmeg, stir and allow the nectarines to bubble and carmelize for a few minutes.

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  • The scallions brown and carmelize and the serranos add a great hot kick.

    My Admittedly Not Vegetarian Take On Jack Bishop's Black Bean Chilaquiles

  • In short, brewmasters carmelize wort on white hot river rocks, ferment it with German Weizen yeast, then toss on Finnish berries and a blend of spices to jazz up this rye-based beverage.

    9,000-Year-Old Brew | Impact Lab

  • You can't beat them for searing meats and fish quickly to carmelize surfaces instantly.

    Iron pan, perfect cornbread | Homesick Texan

  • From what I remember being told when I was growing up - it was made similar to candy in Mexico that was made there wit goat milk and sugar, cooking the sugar down to carmelize (like dulce de leche) and then adding in the goat milk.

    Praise the pralines! | Homesick Texan

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