A round or oblong shallow pan with smooth or fluted sides. Some varieties of the pans contain removable bottoms so the contents can be removed easily and cleanly, while retaining the shape created by the fluted sides of the pan.
To make food tender by the use of one of the following methods: using a mallet or similar tool to break up the connective tissues in the food; by use of a chemical tenderizer; by allowing the food to marinate in a marinade sauce.
A food dish consisting of a base of cooked pasta (generally spaghetti) that has been combined with strips or chunks of poultry (most often chicken or turkey), and a cream sauce made with sherry and Parmesan cheese.
An aromatic rice that is grown primarily in the southwestern United States. When cooked, this rice is not as aromatic as basmati rice, but is more flavorful and aromatic than other long-grain rice from the U.