Saut-e meaning

Sauté is a food that has been fried in a little butter or other small amount of fat.

An example of a sauté is a dish of mushrooms cooked in butter.

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Sauté is defined as to cook something in a pan with a little fat.

An example of sauté is to fry chopped onions in a pan with butter or oil.

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The definition of saute is something that has been fried in a pan with a small amount of oil.

An example of saute used as an adjective is a saute style used when vegetables were lightly fried in oil.

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To cook (food) using a small amount of fat in an open pan over a relatively high heat, allowing the food to brown and form a crust stopping it from sticking to the pan as it cooks.
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Origin of saut-e

  • French sauté, past participle of sauter, to jump, because the cook shakes the pan to make the food move around

    From Wiktionary