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sau·té

 (sō-tā′, sô-)
tr.v. sau·téed, sau·té·ing, sau·tés
To fry lightly in fat in a shallow open pan.
n.
A dish of food so prepared.

[French, sautéd, from past participle of sauter, to leap, from Old French, from Latin saltāre; see saltation.]
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Noun1.sautéing - cooking in fat or oil in a pan or griddlesauteing - cooking in fat or oil in a pan or griddle
cookery, cooking, preparation - the act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
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INGREDIENTS: 200g salmon fillet - skinned and checked for bones 200g smoked haddock (I used smoked salmon off-cuts last week and it worked well) - undyed if possible and skinned 2 small shallots - chopped very fine A handful of dill or parsley - chopped 1 egg white Salt and pepper Olive oil for sauteeing METHOD: 1.
used smoked salmon off-cuts INGREDIENTS: 200g salmon fillet - skinned and checked for bones 200g smoked haddock (I used smoked salmon off-cuts last week and it worked well) - undyed if possible and skinned 2 small shallots - chopped very fine A handful of dill or parsley - chopped 1 egg white Salt and pepper Olive oil for sauteeing METHOD: 1.
When cooking, begin by sauteeing the cubed root vegetables in a heavy pot until soft, and then add the fresh tomatoes, prunes and dates.
The only slightly unusual thing I added were minced cilantro stems, sauteeing them with the garlic and jalapeno.
Try sauteeing broccolini with sliced garlic in a bit of the oil from a bottle of sun-dried tomatoes, then top with a few of the chopped tomatoes.