6th September 2016
Tips when you are sauteing foods, by the best restaurant in Parramatta
To sauté is to cook food quickly in minimal amounts of fat over high heat, this also refers to the cooking of tender meats with frequent stirring to avoid sticking. The best restaurant in Parramatta has some tips on sautéing. Tips on sautéing from our Parramatta Chinese restaurant:
- Sautéing enables you to brown cooked foods without the fear of having them burn
- Your equipment effects the outcome of your sautéed foods, we recommend using a skillet or sauté pan
- Best foods to sauté include: beef tenderloin, fish fillets, chicken breast, asparagus, baby artichokes, mushrooms and bell peppers
- When preparing your food size matters! Ensure all ingredients are cut to uniform thickness, this helps with an even cooking process
- Don’t over-crowd the pan! It is crucial that only one layer of food cooks at a time. Cooking in larger amounts will result in food being steamed rather than sautéed.
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