Definition of Caramelising

1. Verb. (present participle of caramelise) ¹



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Definition of Caramelising

1. caramelise [v] - See also: caramelise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caramelising

carageen
carageens
caramba
carambola
carambola tree
carambolas
caramel
caramel apple
caramel apples
caramel brown
caramel bun
caramelisation
caramelise
caramelised
caramelises
caramelising (current term)
caramelization
caramelize
caramelized
caramelized sugar
caramelizes
caramelizing
caramellike
caramelly
caramels
caramiphen ethanedisulfonate
caramiphen hydrochloride
caramoussal
caramoussals
caramusa

Literary usage of Caramelising

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1. A Dictionary of Arts, Manufactures, and Mines: Containing a Clear Exposition by Andrew Ure (1854)
"... well refined, 28-7 ; sugar from Narbonne honey, 3S-36 ; sugar from starch, 36'2. Hence, by caramelising the sirup in the leache, not only is the ..."

2. The Chemistry of cookery by William Mattieu Williams (1900)
"... but this does not prevent their partial carbonisation (or 'caramelising,' if I may invent a name to express the action which stops short of blackening). ..."

3. A Text-book of the Science of Brewing by Edward Ralph Moritz, George Harris Morris (1891)
"Whilst damp, the malt is much more amenable to the caramelising influence of heat, hence a further reason for a relatively low commencing temperature. ..."

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