Yummy-as-can-be
November 19, 2010

When sautéing in butter, allow the butter to stop foaming before adding the food.  Melted butter registers near 212°F (the boiling point of water), a temperature too cool for sautéing.  Once the water in the butter has cooked off, the fat will get hotter, ensuring an even sear and deep flavor.

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