Definition of Saute

1. Noun. A dish of sauteed food.

Generic synonyms: Dish



2. Verb. Fry briefly over high heat. "The chefs saute the vegetables"; "Saute the onions"
Category relationships: Cookery, Cooking, Preparation
Generic synonyms: Fry
Derivative terms: Sauteing

3. Adjective. Fried quickly in a little fat.
Exact synonyms: Sauteed
Similar to: Cooked

Definition of Saute

1. Verb. To fry in a small quantity of fat or oil. ¹

2. Verb. (transitive) To cook (food) using a small amount of fat in an open pan over a relatively high heat, shaking the pan so that the food does not stick to the pan as it cooks. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Saute

1. to fry in a small amount of fat [v -TEED or -TED, -TEING, -TES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Saute

sausage rolls
sausage sizzle
sausagefest
sausagefests
sausagelike
sausagemaker
sausagemakers
sausagemaking
sausagemeat
sausages
sausagey
sausagy
saussurite
saussurites
saut
saute (current term)
sauted
sauteed
sauteeing
sautees
sauteing
sauter
sauterne
sautes
sauting
sautoir
sautoire
sautoires
sautoirs
sautrie

Literary usage of Saute

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The French Cook by Louis Eustache Ude (1822)
"saute of Fillets of fat Pullets a la Turque. TAKE the fillets of three fat pullets, ... This rice is dressed en buisson in the centre of the saute, ..."

2. Select Pleas in the Court of Admiralty by Great Britain High Court of Admiralty, Reginald Godfrey Marsden (1894)
"The suit is to enforce a bill or bond. 4. Item that the said Baude de saute is a gentleman and one of the garde and ..."

3. Leaves from Our Tuscan Kitchen: Or, How to Cook Vegetables by Janet Ross (1900)
"Then dip the slices in egg and bread-crumbs, or in egg and flour, and saute on both sides in lard or dripping. Serve hot. Flan of £V/<?ry. ..."

4. Leaves from Our Tuscan Kitchen: Or, How to Cook Vegetables by Janet Ross (1903)
"Then dip the slices in egg and bread-crumbs, or in egg and flour, and saute on both sides in lard or dripping. Serve hot. Flan of Clean and boil three or ..."

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