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Deglaze

Deglazing. Pouring a little liquid into a pan where cooking has left a deposit on the bottom, then scraping to free all the juices and mix them with the liquid.

Example: "Deglaze frying pan, where fruits are caramelized, with a little rum."
Meaning: Remove contents of frying pan , put back on heat, add rum. Scrape bottom of pan with a wooden spatula to dissolve juices in rum.

Deglaze
Recipes which use this word: 26, of which:
Warm lentil saladCrispy spinach rollsFilet mignon with mustard and tarragon sauceSweet pancake rolls from BrittanyNormandy seafood stew
Warm lentil saladCrispy spinach rollsFilet mignon with mustard and tarragon sauceSweet pancake rolls from BrittanyNormandy seafood stew

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