from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • v. Present participle of braise.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. cooking slowly in fat in a closed pot with little moisture


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • Peter G, braising is one of my favorite forms of cooking.

    Sisterhood is Powerful with Recipe for Wine and Garlic Braised Short Ribs (Μοσχάρι Κρασάτο με Σκόρδο)

  • Pulque is also used in braising meat and poultry, and to make the beverages called pulques curados, in which the fermented juice of the maguey is flavored with fruit, often the tropical fruit of the warm, humid Huasteca region or the cactus fruits of the high deserts.

    The Cuisine of Hidalgo: Spanning Climates and Cultures

  • This is a good description of what I would call braising, at least here in the U.S. Could this be a confusion of the terms braising and broiling? BROIL/GRILL.

  • He recommends that the novice chef start with the basics he emphasizes in his not-so-typical cookbook, Think Like a Chef, in which he doesn't just give recipes, but instead focuses on mastering cooking techniques such as braising, roasting, sautéing, and properly cooking a green vegetable.

    Good Cooking

  • Simply switch up your cooking method to any style that keeps the meat wet, such as braising, stewing, and roasting at lower temperatures. - Home Page

  • Both the base and stems can be eaten raw in salads or cooked in a variety of methods such as braising, sautéing or in soups.

    Breaking News: CBS News

  • While stir-frying is certainly present in Hunan, methods such as braising and simmering also have produced some of the region's most memorable dishes, such as this one enjoyed by Mao Zedong, who grew up in rural Hunan.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • For less-tender roasts and steaks, moist heat cooking methods, such as braising or using a slow cooker appliance, soften muscle fibers and connective tissue and guarantee moist, flavorful results.

    Craig Daily Press stories

  • Cut from the muscular and often tough chuck or shoulder, these affordable steaks do best with a moist-heat cooking method, such as braising, which helps tenderize them. Latest Headlines

  • Heat - a source of ignition - it could be a spark from a welder, or a grinder, match or cigarette (for those that smoke), friction, electrical fault, a flame (yeah, there are times when a naked flame is useful, such as braising up a bandsaw blade, or selectively burning a finish on a project) and so on.

    Stu's Shed


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.