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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of caramelise.

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Examples

  • Otherwise, while frying the sugar caramelises and it results in a brown tinge on the fries.

    In Search of the Perfect Potato

  • It lends itself well to mackerel, and the caster sugar in this recipe caramelises with it.

    Dermot O'Leary: my favourite cookbook

  • Or take some blanched sliced almonds (about 100 g, or a handful), put them in a saucepan with some castor sugar (about two tablespoons), and heat on the stove, stirring, till the sugar caramelises around the almonds.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » Let them eat cake

  • Add around a tbsp of sugar and a pinch of cinnamon and carry on frying until the edge of the fruit caramelises.

    Student cookbook: Banana and sunflower seed toast

  • Sprinkle generously with Demerara sugar this caramelises as the pudding cooks to give a nice crunch to the top and then bake in a preheated 180°C/350°F oven for about 45 - 60 minutes or until golden brown and cooked through.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • The only thing you need to watch is not to overcook the sugar so it caramelises.

    Weekend Herb Blogging #44

  • The teacake is a really nice light style of cake but those nuts - they are spiced with a mix of cardamom, cinnamon and allspice, tossed in sugar and then toasted in the oven just until the sugar caramelises and the nuts become crisp - a spicy, sweet, nutty nirvana.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • When it's sprinkled with some sugar it caramelises and makes a little toffee sauce.

    Archive 2005-02-01

  • He caramelises his chop to get a layer of sticky goo, "and once I put my sour fruit in there, then the two come together to form the sweet and the sour".

    The Guardian World News

  • Waffles here have a layer of sugar in the middle that partially caramelises when they are heated.

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