- v. Simple past tense and past participle of saute.
- adj. fried quickly in a little fat
“Serve these beans as a side for something plain, such as sauteed chicken breasts, and accompany with plenty of white rice to absorb the potent sauce the braising liquid forms when reduced.”
“In an effort to reduce the amount of oil in my diet, I "sauteed" the onion in vegetable stock.”
“He includes recipes in his nine cookbooks for dishes such as sauteed salmon with onion-strewn grits or grits-filled morel mushrooms.”
“He also has a lot of ideas for "mix ins," such as sauteed mushrooms or mustard seeds, and stuffing the burger with cheese.”
“Last night we shared the scallops, sauteed skate wings, broiled grouper, monkfish and a delicious bitter green salad with pomegranate seeds.”
“Eat really big salads; toss in some beans or sauteed broccoli or a chopped, steamed sweet potato.”
“Instead of turkey, I feasted with a friend for $20 on spring rolls, bacon-wrapped chestnuts, egg-stuffed fish cakes and sauteed morning glories.”
“If you want to top w/sauteed mushrooms that goes well but is unnessacary.”
“On its extensive menu: ceviche made from the stems of lily pads that grow wild on a nearby pond, yucca and sweet potato "meatballs," pumpkin flower-paste crepes, sauteed prickly pear cactus with aromatic herbs, and for dessert, mousse made from chocolate, lemon and pumpkin, wrapped in a palm leaf.”
“An hour before dinner, I sauteed my cabbage in a little butter, salt and pepper(about 5 minutes - you don't want it too soft), and chopped the brisket (right before dinner, I warmed up in a non stick pan).”
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