Glossary (talk like a chef)
Without colouringRemoving something cooking from heat, just before it begins to brown.
Example: "Cook chopped onions without letting them colour."
Frequently refers to cooking onions and shallot in a little butter or oil. The aim is to cook them gently without letting them fry and brown.
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