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Braising Recipes

by in Jan 2011
Braising Recipes
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Braising, a cooking technique that uses a combination of moist and dry heat, is simply the process of browning a tough cut of meat; placing it in a pot with liquids and spices; covering it; and letting it cook slowly on the stove or in the oven for a few hours.

Try these bonus braising recipes from Yankee Magazine to whip up a perfectly comforting meal during New England’s bitter winter months.

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Updated Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

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