Steaming & Grilling
By: Duncan Hopkins
its a moist method that cooks food product by surrounding it with steam vapor. The temperature of steam is hotter than boiling water (above 212 F). Steaming can be done in a covered pot with food placed on a rack above boiling liquid. It could also be done in a steamer or steam oven.
Method that uses radiation from heat source located below the food. A metal grate holds the food over the heat source. Grilling can be done over gas, flames, electric burners, charcoal, or hard woods. Grilling is a very popular cooking method and its also a healthy way to cook because melted fat from food drips away during cooking.
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