3 : to move or travel by or as if by the power of steam <The ship steamed
out of the harbor.
steamed chicken breast served with 112 cup rice and 1 cup steamed broccoli, with ginger sauce on the side.
grilled salmon, two cups of a steamed broccoli/carrot/cauliflower medley.
Just in case you needed some extra starch, the crunchy shrimp emerge delivered with a substantial helping of steamed rice.
For one more main plate cooked more or less this way, Lau's steams rather than sautees tilapia fish filets with onions and fresh tomatoes, adds a few drops of wine and serves it all up with steamed rice for its popular pescado sudado ($8).
The question has been raised as to whether the twist reduction from pressure steaming is permanent, or whether the wood has a "memory" such that in subsequent exposure to moisture change the twist properties of pressure-steamed material become similar to those of wood steamed at the normal 100[degrees]C In this technical note, we present the results of a study on the effect of final pressure steaming at 150[degrees]C, on both twist after drying and after subsequent humidity cycling.
Following drying, one series was steamed at 100[degrees]C in the kiln and the other two series were pressure steamed at 150[degrees]C in a separate pressure kiln.
A caffe latte has seven ounces of steamed
milk for every ounce of espresso.
And then there is the almost-as-good tender steamed
filet of gingery striped bass ($18.
fish stays moist even when it's the lean variety.
Or pudding could be a spongy, steamed
dish full of fruit or chocolate and formed in a mold - wading in a pool of rich custard sauce.