How to Saute Eggplant?

Answer The pale flesh of an eggplant, generally tinted with a hint of green or yellow, is almost flavorless by itself. It can even border on bland if you cook it plain. However, The flesh is very absorben... Read More »

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How do you saute vegetables?

You can blanch the vegetables first which will prevent them from turning brown. Boil a pot of water. At a rolling boil, drop the veggies in and cook for about one minute (let them get slightly te... Read More »

How to Saute Scallops?

The scallop saut� is a classic French seafood dish. Saut� comes from the French verb "sauter," which means, "to jump." The term saut� in cooking refers to a form of dry-heat cooking, where me... Read More »

What pan is best to saute vegetables?

A dedicated saute pan is required, not a frying pan doing double duty. The saute pan has straight vertical sides to allow you to flip the contents of the pan without spraying them all over the sto... Read More »

How to Saute Shrimp?

Shrimp is a nutritious seafood. In fact, 4 oz. (.113 kg) of shrimp has approximately 24 grams of protein with only 112 calories. Shrimp provides selenium, B12 and D vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids... Read More »