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  • It's best to buy rump 5cm 2in thick, flash-fry, then slice into ribbons.

    The perfect steak for you

  • You can vary the ingredients according to taste and availability, e.g. it works well with pork or flash-fry beef steak instead of lamb.

    August recipe: Stir-fried lamb with courgettes and peppers

  • BTW, if you felt preached at by this and feel the need to flash-fry me, go right ahead.

    On Theocracies « Whatever

  • If the thing leapt up on the counter she was going to flash-fry it.

    Watcher 3] Fire Watcher

  • “A little while ago you were threatening to flash-fry the little monsters.”

    With a Single Spell

  • At risk of over-stretching the frying-pans analogy, the flash-fry wok may be more likely to cause a disastrous kitchen fire than the slow-cook skillet, even if they both use the same amount of heat overall.

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  • And all seven of them were like gathering around me — even the born-again one the Countess had thrashed — like they were going to do the massive gang-suck on me, so I had my finger on my light button all the time, in case I needed to flash-fry the motherfuckers.

    You Suck

  • So if you push me, I'll be glad to flash-fry it for you. "

    Dead Beat

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  • Verb: to cook in very hot oil for a short duration.

    March 31, 2012