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Bring the liquid to a boil, then reduce heat until simmering.
Brazilians have the right idea, simmering it in coconut milk and cinnamon to make corn pudding.
Do it naturally with open windows or simmering spices.
They had slaughtered a sheep, and a meal of mutton had been simmering on a wood stove since we'd arrived.
We are all a mix, a brew that's been simmering for four billion years.
Specific burners for boiling, simmering and warming.
Presumably, he meant the communist insurgency still simmering in the border area.
Discontent had been simmering since the beginning of the year, after a steep increase in energy prices.
Race relations are mainly good, but there are simmering resentments.
Even political violence, long an anti-reformist cancer, is simmering down.
These developments are part of a long-simmering row over customs stamps.
In top of a double boiler set over barely simmering water, or on low power in a microwave, melt butter and chocolate together.
To keep longer, place covered bowl in a pan holding about an inch of gently simmering water.
The meat, fish or poultry is added to the simmering liquid, which is then reduced to a slow simmer.
Heat but do not boil, simmering the chowder for about five minutes.
The simmering magma that feeds the region's eruptions still lies beneath the surface.
Food is place on a rack or in a steamer basket over boiling or simmering water on a covered pan.
When the other pot has finished simmering, add oysters.
In the top of a double boiler over simmering water, combine the chocolate and butter.
Check food regularly while it's simmering, baking, boiling or roasting.
Brown it on all sides, then reduce the heat and cover the pan, simmering until it's tender.
When cooking, try to minimize simmering of liquids and foods.
Moist heat methods such as braising or simmering in liquid can also be used with these cuts.
When grains are properly cooked by simmering, they are relatively dry and fluffy with a nutty flavor.
While simmering, prepare a two egg omelet on the side.
Foods that are prepared by boiling or simmering will cook at a lower temperature, so it will take longer to cook them.
Foods that are prepared by boiling or simmering will cook at a lower temperature, and it will take longer to cook them.
Things are simmering in the heat and you lose your shape slowly until you become a gas.
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