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  1. ...let broccoli sit around (especially covered) for very long after cooking. Steaming broccoli (in the microwave or pressure cooker, as well as on the stove) could create broccoli...

    7 Answers · Food & Drink · 05/01/2018

  2. ...put this on when I first arrived at work, and it was steaming hot by lunchtime. Another treat. Beef/Hamburger soup. ...

    5 Answers · Food & Drink · 14/12/2017

  3. Cut the peppers in half and clean the pulp and seeds out. Steam the halves for about 5 min or so. Lay them in a baking...

    8 Answers · Food & Drink · 19/12/2017

  4. ... stay for 15 minutes. Spread into a greased dish and steam for 15 minutes. Serve with coconut chutney. 4- in a pan heat some oil...

    3 Answers · Food & Drink · 11/12/2017

  5. ...a covered pot - in which case they are more technically cooked by steaming than by boiling. And a little less time is required...

    9 Answers · Food & Drink · 10/12/2017

  6. The same as any other herb. To add flavour. Laying it on top of food won't do anything. It must be INSIDE so the flavour can leak out into what you're cooking. And then take it out after cooking simply because it's tough and...

    14 Answers · Food & Drink · 10/12/2017

  7. ...tray, making sure not to have the pieces touching or they will steam rather than bake and the won't be crispy.

    5 Answers · Food & Drink · 11/01/2018

  8. In a steamer for 2 hours or so, Also you could cook it in a pressure cooker, it would take less time if you did it this way.

    4 Answers · Food & Drink · 01/12/2017

  9. Oven Do not wrap it in foil or it will steam and you will not get a crispy skin. (Unless you want a soft skin) Lightly...

    24 Answers · Food & Drink · 05/12/2017

  10. Humans can't use the protein in eggs unless they are cooked.

    7 Answers · Food & Drink · 05/12/2017

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