Steamed

  • (adj): Cooked in steam.
    Example: "Steamed clams"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on steamed:

Buuz
... Бууза, Buuza) are a type of Mongolian steamed dumpling filled with minced mutton, or beef meat ... The buuz is then steamed and eaten by hand, with the dough pocket catching the juices of the meat ... to another Mongolian dumpling, khuushuur, except that the latter is not steamed but fried ...
Seon (food)
... is poured over the ingredients till soaked and boiled or steamed for 5 or 10 minutes ... Besides the dish, gajiseon (가지선, steamed eggplant), gochuseon (고추선, steamed chili pepper), donggwaseon (동과선, steamed winter melon), museon (무선, steamed daikon), baechuseon (steamed napa ...
Seon (food) - In Historical Cookbooks
... A zucchini is hollowed out and filled with various condiments and steamed ... written at that time use the term very differently—they refer to cheongeoseon (청어선, steamed herring with fillings), yangseon (양선, steamed and ...
Ted's Restaurant
... Connecticut is a hamburger restaurant that is known for their steamed cheeseburger ... Steamed cheeseburgers are a regional food particular to very few establishments in Meriden, Connecticut where it was invented in the early 1900s ... The steamed cheeseburger is cooked in a stainless-steel cabinet which contains small trays that hold either an individual hamburger or a chunk of cheese to be melted ...
Soil Steam Sterilization - Container / Stack Steaming
... Depending on the amount, the material to be steamed is piled up to 70 cm height in steaming boxes or in small dump trailers ... Midget amounts can be steamed in special small steaming devices ... The amount of soil steamed should be tuned in a way that steaming time amounts to at most 1.5 h in order to avoid large quantities of condensed water in the bottom layers of the soil ...

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