Cooking fruits or vegetables in a heavy sweet syrup.
A large white Italian kidney bean used to add flavour to soups and stews.
The common term for rapeseed oil. The popularity of Canola Oil is growing because of its low saturated fat content and high levels of Omega-3 fatty acids and monounsaturated fat. It is nearly tasteless, and is useful for cooking due to its high smoking point.
Slowly cooking sugar (or a sugar-heavy food) over low heat in order to convert the sugar into caramel.
Greased paper used to cover meats during cooking.
A fire-proof cooking dish.
A dish containing beans, pork, mutton, goose or duck.
Served or prepared with whipped cream.
Double steak cut from the beef tenderloin.
To simmer or cook at a temperature just below the boiling point for a brief period.
The crisp remains that are left behind after frying fat.
To blend or beat to the consistency of cream.
To press into very fine particles.
To cut food into 1 to 2 cm cubes.
To mix together a dry ingredient such as flour and a solid fat like butter until they form into small particles. It can be done with a food processor or by hand.
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