English version

braise in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbraisebraise /breΙͺz/ verb [transitive] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š DFCto cook meat or vegetables slowly in a small amount of liquid in a closed container β†’ stew β€”braised adjectiveβ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
braiseβ€’ Wild partridge and grouse take well to a variety of cooking methods, but roasting and braising are the most successful.β€’ Also good with roasted pheasant and as contrast to many braised dishes.β€’ And the horseradish potato puree, braised greens, Maytag blue cheese and port wine sauce are also praiseworthy.β€’ The long braising in wine develops rich flavors.β€’ With older wild goose, braising is the preferred method of cooking.β€’ Stars Restaurant offers braised lamb shank with black truffles for $ 24 and shirts for $ 15.β€’ Younger hares take well to marinating and roasting rare; older ones need to be braised or stewed.β€’ Y., are chicken wings or short ribs braised with a malty brown ale.