barding

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14:55 Jun 10, 2010
English to Latvian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Cooking / Culinary
Additional field(s): Nutrition
English term or phrase: barding
Definition from The International Gourmet:
To tie fat around lean meats or fowl to keep them from drying out during roasting. The fat bastes the meat while it cooks, keeping it moist and adding flavor. The fat is removed a few minutes before the meat is finished.

Example sentence(s):
  • Today, most homemakers have never heard the term though barding will make even a cheap cut of meat or poultry delicious. eHow
  • Often used with fowl or extremely lean meats, barding bastes the meat while it is cooking, thus keeping it moist. ReluctantGourmet.com
  • They had a Thanksgiving Special and talked about "Barding" your turkey which in the old days was the only way to keep it from drying out, as their ovens did not remain at a constant temperature. Cooking Dunkin Style
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4gaļas ietīšana tauku šķēlītēs
VEIKMANE DAIGA


  

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gaļas ietīšana tauku šķēlītēs


Definition from What is barding?:
Ja gaļa cepšanas laikā tiek ietīta tauku šķēlītēs, to sauc par satīšanu rullīšos. Tas palīdz saglabāt gaļas mitrumu.

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  • When meat is wrapped in strips of fat while it cooks, the practice is called barding. Barding helps to keep meat moist while it cooks, and also imparts flavor. A related practice, larding, involves inserting pure fat into a cut of meat with the assistance of special tools. Whether barding or larding, the result is a rich, flavorful cut of meat which is also moist and tender. - What is barding?  
VEIKMANE DAIGA
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