Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of caramelise.

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Examples

  • It's certainly the least fussy, but the pastry is soggy with juice, and, despite my best efforts at caramelising the apples retrospectively under the grill, as suggested, they never get beyond a pale tan.

    How to cook perfect tarte tatin

  • I like the caramelising part of the onions here, must be so yummy.

    Dahi Ni Kadhi

  • I can almost taste the natural sugars caramelising and oozing into that unctuous butter……

    caramelized shallots | smitten kitchen

  • Thanks Karen - the topping is just the cinnamon sugar caramelising during the long cooking time.

    Weekend Herb Blogging #70

  • I don't like multiplexes... the smell of endlessly caramelising popcorn.

    Naya Sterling – Je Te N’Aime Pas

  • I'm quite fond of these types of cookies, having made them with various types of jam - the cooking caramelising and giving a chewy texture to the jam that is a perfect match to the rich butter cookie base.

    Archive 2006-09-01

  • I've teamed these puddings with some traditional buttered apples made by caramelising apple chunks in a butter and brown sugar mix.

    What's For Pud?

  • Roast on a baking sheet for 30 minutes or until soft and caramelising.

    chick·en bar·be·rry·a·ni

  • And caramelising sugar on the stove in my pie tin didn't appeal.

    Cake!

  • When I added the pork chop to the smoking pan there was great hiss and sizzle, and the sugar in the marinade started caramelising and forming a gorgeous crust.

    Get some pork on your fork!

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