Saute Your Way Out With 5 Recipes

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Sauteing doesn’t have to make you… jumpy. It’s all about constantly moving the ingredients in the pan for a very short amount of time. The safest and easiest way is by stirring them using a spatula if you ask us. Of course, you can do it the chef’s way by jerking the pan to toss its content up in the air, but in this case, you have to know your stuff.

First, turn the stove to medium-high and grab your large flat-based low-sided saute pan. Although in many instances the term sauteing is being used as a synonym for pan frying, there is more to it. When sauteing, spread the ingredients in one layer after cutting them thin or small, and don’t get too generous with the oil. You only need a minimal amount. It’s one of the most straightforward cooking techniques out there. But this doesn’t mean you cannot integrate the sauteed goodies into more complex dishes. Or not. Either way, see how.

Get jumpy the right way with 5 recipes using saute

1. Sauteed Brussels Sprouts With Bacon

In addition to their resemblance to tiny, miniature cabbages, Brussels sprouts also offer numerous health benefits. They are low in calories yet abundant in nutrients, fiber, and antioxidants, making them an excellent choice for a light meal. Consider incorporating them as a side dish in this delightful recipe, where they are paired with smoky, crispy bacon. Isn’t this a heavenly combination?


2. Beef Chuck Eye Roast With Sauteed Mushrooms

Roasted beef always goes well with a sautéed mushroom side! And, if you like mushrooms, try using more than just one type when cooking with them – brown, white, and shimeji mushrooms pair together really well!


3. Smoked Mackerel Salad With Sauteed Brussels Sprouts

Smoked mackerel has a strong taste, which is why it is best to pair it with raw vegetables and lemon juice to mellow its flavor. Consider making a salad! Now, you might be wondering which vegetables would complement it well. How about sautéed Brussels sprouts? They are quick to cook and… so delicious!


4. Pork Tenderloin With Sauteed Vegetables

Pork tenderloin boasts both a delightful texture and taste, and it pairs wonderfully with peas and green beans as a side dish. We highly recommend preparing a refreshing sauce using yogurt, mustard, dill, and a selection of spices!


5. Chicken Breast With Sauteed Vegetables

Chicken breast can be incredibly delicious when marinated before cooking. For this step, we recommend a simple marinade consisting of lime juice, nutmeg, and ginger powder. Coat the chicken breast with the marinade and allow it to rest in the refrigerator for half an hour before frying.


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