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marinate

n. to wait calmly for something to happen. I’ll just sit here and marinate until you figure out what you want us to do.
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The marination process is mostly complemented with tumbling technology (Pietrasik and Shand, 2003).
Also, we set ourselves apart with the quality of saj bread we use, and our meat and its marination process.
When the meat leaves the marination cooler, it advances to the processing room where pieces of meat are transported via an overhead conveyor line and fed into a slicer.
The eating is kicked off at Marination voted by ABC's Good Morning America as the best food truck in America.
The murgh malai kebab was grilled in a tandoor (earthen oven) as usual, but its marination with cream cheese, mace and green peppercorns gave it a very different taste.
GEA Food Solutions is further strengthening its position in the marination equipment market by forming an alliance with ham production specialist Socacel for the development of a new vacuum ham massager.
Here's today's recipe: Serves 4-8; Preparation time: 10 minutes; Marination time: 1 hour; Cooking time: 35-40minutes at 190C / fan 180C / Gas 5 Ingredients: 1.
The marination process is long and cooking is slow, which gives a juicy and soft texture.
The vast repertoire of cuts of meat, fish and vegetables used on the festival menu require delicate variations in marination and cooking.
This in addition to continued shipments of well established marination and meat processing equipment (formers, coaters, fryers and cookers).
With yoghurt and vinegar being added to the meat during the marination process, the sandwiches are low on spices and high on flavour.
Whether slowly simmered in a sauce or tossed on a grill after a quick marination, chicken breasts, provided they're not overcooked, always seem to work out well in the end.
Executive Chef Ameur offers GulfWeekly readers a recipe for Beef Picaniah Marination.
Tenderness of meat is influenced by breed, age, feeding, suspension of carcass during slaughter, electrical stimulation, chilling rate and aging, mechanical, marination, freezing, thawing and cooking [3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9].
His chilli con carne recipe on TV this week involved 24 hour marination, asking your butcher to chop up side ribs (as well as selling you lean mincemeat), home-made stock, a bottle of Burgundy, a slug of Jack Daniels and a frenzy of whisking, blending and pureeing.