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Whether you're a seasoned gourmet or totally new to the world of cooking, understanding the terms used in everyday recipes is really helpful for a successful end result. Here are some of the most common terms you'll find in recipes.

FRYING

means to cook food (such as a steak, chicken breast or fish fillet) in a tiny amount of hot oil

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