Definition of Pan roast
1. Verb. Roast in a pan. "The chefs pan roast the vegetables"; "Pan-roast that meat"
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Literary usage of Pan roast
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1. Good-living: A Practical Cookery-book for Town and Country by Sara Van Buren (1890)
"OYSTER PAN-ROAST. Wipe the large, opened oysters dry on a clean cloth, ... Or, place on their hinges in a baking pan; roast in a quick oven until quite firm ..."
2. How to Cook Shell-fish by Olive Green (1907)
"CLAM pan roast Prepare according to directions given for Oyster pan roast. ROAST CLAMS X LA MAITRE D' HOTEL Scrub the clams carefully and put into a ..."
3. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"This gravy will be seasoned with the sage remaining in the dripping-pan. ROAST TENDERLOINS Split two tenderloins lengthwise, or direct your market man to do ..."
4. European and American Cuisine by Mrs. Gesine Knubel Lemcke, Gesine Lemcke (1914)
"... and roast 15 minutes; then pour y, cupful boiling water in the pan, roast 25 minutes, basting frequently. When done lay the fillet on a warm dish; ..."
5. Public School Domestic Science by Adelaide Hoodless (1898)
"Put the spare ribs in a baking pan, sprinkle lightly with pepper, add J tsp. of salt to J cup of boiling water, and pour in the bottom of the pan. Roast 20 ..."
6. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1911)
"... and surround with slices of apples, cut one-half inch thick, fried in the fat remaining in pan. Roast Pork Wipe pork, sprinkle with salt and pepper, ..."
7. The Rocky Mountain Cook Book: For High Altitude Cooking by Caroline Trask Norton (1918)
"Cook in a very hot oven for ten minutes, then reduce the heat, basting often with the fat in the pan. Roast ten minutes to a pound, if liked rare, ..."
8. Liberal Living Upon Narrow Means by Christine Terhune Herrick (1890)
"pan roast of Oysters. Lay a thin slice of buttered toast, moistened with oyster liquor, in the bottom of a rather deep patty pan with smooth sides. ..."