Saute [verb]

Definition of Saute:

fry in a pan

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Sentence/Example of Saute:

Melt the butter in a large skillet and saute the onion and celery.

Add the bread and cheese, when cool, stuff chiles, dip in the egg batter and fry in deep fat or saute in butter.

Butter a saute pan, add the potatoes and cook until light brown.

That this would have been meat enough to feed a whole party of German burghers, saute aux yeux.

Can you roast a steak, and saute baked beans, and stew sausages, and fry out a breakfast muffin?

Saute circular pieces of bread until brown, then spread with the mixture.

Have ready one-half as much in bulk of celery; cut in inch pieces and an onion; saute these in same fat.

Saute a golden brown in equal parts hot butter and chicken fat.

After this, saute mushrooms; put altogether and barely cover with hot water, chicken or veal broth.

Sauce: Clean one-fourth pound mushrooms, break cap in pieces, and saute five minutes in one tablespoonful butter.