- vt. 炖；蒸
- n. 文火炖熟的肉；赤鲷
- n. (Braise)人名；(法)布雷兹
1. braise beef: 炖牛肉。
2. b- (burn -> b-) + raise "up" => braise (sense of "burn up").
- braise:  Braise has a wide range of rather surprising living relatives. Its immediate source is French braiser, a derivative of braise ‘live coals’ (from which English gets brazier  and the breeze of breezeblock). In Old French this was brese, a borrowing from Germanic *brasa, which came from the same base as produced German braten ‘roast’ (as in bratwurst) and Old English brǣdan ‘roast’. The ultimate source of this base was Indo-European *bhrē- ‘burn, heat’, which produced such other diverse offspring as English breath, breed, brood, and probably brawn.
=> brawn, brazier, breath, breed, brood
- braise (v.)
- 1797, from French braiser "to stew" (17c.), from braise "live coals," from Old French brese "embers" (12c.), ultimately from West Germanic *brasa (as is Italian bragia, Spanish brasa), from PIE *bhre- "burn, heat" (see brawn). Related: Braised; braising.
- 1. Add in the veal rack and braise.
- 2. First braise the onions.
- 3. Or you can broil them, peach them, barbecue them , and even braise them.
- 或是烘焙, 水煮, 烧烤, 甚至可以炖煮.
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