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Saute

  • Recipe

    Chicken Sauté with Lemon, Cumin, and Parsley

    This quick dish is light and bright and can be pulled together with ingredients you likely already have on hand.

  • How-To

    How to Sauté

    Learn the basics of sautéing with Senior Food Editor and Test Kitchen Manager Jennifer Armentrout. Quickly cooking vegetables or thin cuts of meat in a small amount of oil gives…

  • Article

    Not your ordinary chicken dinner

    When it comes to a quick, flavorful dinner, I’m a fan of boneless, skinless chicken cuts, which are not only speedier to cook than their bone-in counterparts but also well…

  • How-To

    Fast & Flavorful Vegetable Sautés

    An easy technique guarantees a tasty side dish in less than 30 minutes

  • Article

    Sprouting Up

    Bring out the fresh, nutty flavor of Brussels sprouts by roasting, braising, or sautéing

  • How-To

    Deodorizing Brussels Sprouts

    The problem: I’d like to serve Brussels sprouts, but can I prepare them without stinking up the house? The solution: Sure, just don’t overcook them. Brussels sprouts, as well as…

  • Recipe

    Corn & Mushroom Sauté with Leeks & Pancetta

     

  • Article

    Sautéing: what separates amateurs from pros

    Learn to sauté well and your cooking will improve dramatically. Why? Not only are properly sautéed foods delicious on their own—a well-browned exterior adds tons of flavor, as well as…

  • How-To

    Tips for moist sautéed chicken

    Because sauté cooks food rapidly without much tenderizing, whatever you sauté must be naturally tender. Meat and fish cut into steaks and fillets are good candidates, as are pork, lamb…

  • Article

    Sweet Corn is a Summer Treasure

    Corn on the cob is tasty, but there are many other ways to sneak the crisp kernels into your meals

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