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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tenderise.
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The thing about the buttermilk is that it really tenderises the chicken.
The important part is the long, slow cooking and it is in that application of heat over a long period that tenderises even the toughest cut of meat.
The ideal simmering point that tenderises meat and turns other tissue to unctuous gelatin is 80C.
Cover with foil and roast for a further hour, or until the meat tenderises and begins to fall away from the bone.
This enzyme is handy for the food industry because it tenderises proteins and makes meat easier to digest, but it's also a strong allergen that can cause people to go into anaphylactic shock.
This degreases and tenderises the meat, preparing it for the marinade.
They are regarded as cost effective because they cook at low temperatures for a long time, which tenderises cheaper cuts of meat and are even more popular in the winter months.