Translation of caramelize in Spanish:


acaramelar, v.

Pronunciation /ˈkɑrməˌlaɪz//ˈkɛrəməˌlaɪz//ˈkar(ə)məlʌɪz/

transitive verb

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    caramelized sugar azúcar a punto de caramelo masculine
    • This was absolutely first rate, with a substantial portion of sweetly caramelized cheese on freshly cooked strips of red pepper, courgette and aubergine.
    • A lightly caramelized crust coats each sweet potato dumpling, giving just a slight crunch as you bite into each.
    • Return the pan to medium heat to melt the sugar again and caramelize the nuts.
    • The duck livers with orange sauce were tender and tasty and the crispy whirl of filo pastry, melting goat's cheese and caramelised onion was memorable.
    • While testing the parsnips recipe, we substituted the capers and olives with a jar of sweet caramelized onions and had fabulous results.
    • Try semi sun-dried tomatoes, basil, caramelized red onion, ricotta and Parmesan - this is also a taste sensation.
    • A hot grill caramelizes fruit, bringing out its natural sweetness while softening the flesh.
    • The oil has to be hot and stay hot to properly caramelize the potatoes.
    • Dessert crepe offerings include chocolate-banana and crepe tatin (warm caramelized apples topped with vanilla ice cream or crème fraiche and sprinkled with cinnamon).
    • Part of the allure, she says, is that grilling brings out the natural sugars and caramelizes every food, making them taste great.
    • Not that the cuisine is generally to be forgotten; last night I had a crepe with pate of foie gras and caramelized apples that I'll remember for quite some time.
    • I have always liked sweet, caramelized banana, and it was a real hit.
    • The Camden burger consists of a fresh kaiser roll, eight Angus ounces, sweet caramelized onions and a mini haystack of shoestring potatoes.
    • I could detect no ramps in the grilled sardines, but they were agreeably soft and crispy and garnished with sweet caramelized onions, tangy Parmesan and toasted pine nuts.
    • Assembling skewers is every bit as fun as stringing pearl necklaces, only you get to eat the tender, fragrant, caramelized meat afterwards - a much nicer reward for your efforts if you ask me.
    • Add butter and thyme; cook until vegetables are well caramelized.
    • Her puff pastry is staggeringly good, as witnessed by a model pear tarte tatin, made (for once) the correct way by caramelising the fruit in sugar and butter.
    • His eyes gleam when he discusses the best way of cooking sugar snap peas or caramelising apples.
    • In frying, a crisp caramelized crust is formed that will allow but a small amount of oil to soak into the food.
    • Techno tunes thrummed over the sound system as we inspected desserts like raspberry crêpes suzette and an elaborate chocolate fondue, with starfruits and caramelized bananas for dipping.

intransitive verb

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