flash-fry

flash-fry

vb (tr) , -fries, -frying or -fried
(Cookery) to fry something very quickly by placing it in a pan on a very high heat
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I also regularly purchase a rib eye from a trusted source, to flash-fry at home in olive oil and butter, rosemary, with a dash of salt and pepper.
Quickly flash-fry the squid next, and add this to the pan, along with the chopped parsley and the lemon juice.
Then flash-fry in a ridged frying pan to seal, place on a baking tray and freeze.
Seared' is a cheffy name - it is when you briefly flash-fry something in a red hot pan.
Over the years, manufacturers have developed high-output ranges with enough BTUs to flash-fry a buffalo, energy-efficient dishwashers that use very little water yet provide extremely clean dishes, and high-speed ovens that cook dinner in the time it would take to set the table--if people still did that sort of thing.
We know we don't pot-roast a fillet of beef nor flash-fry a portion of brisket, but most of us know they're both great products.
They are very thin cuts of sirloin that get their name from the time it takes to flash-fry them, so cooking time is no probs either, or you can use a larger sirloin if you have one and bat it out thin with a rolling pin.
I flash-fry them with butter, but they taste a bit like rubber chicken.
Melt some more butter and, when foaming, flash-fry the squid for around 30 seconds each side, remove from the pan and keep warm.