[Sca-cooks] OOP any recipes? oyster
ranvaig at columbus.rr.com
Sat Mar 19 23:07:24 PDT 2011
>My first thought is to "dredge" the oysters in the flour so they are
>totally coated in flour. To me, "sprinkled" is just a sprinkling of
>flour across the top of the oysters. Nowhere near as much flour. Is
>the German that specific? Or does "sprinkle" in English in recipes
>perhaps imply a greater amount of flour/salt/powder than I'm
>thinking it does?
The German word is "bestraewt" which is what you do when you garnish
with sugar or herbs; or add salt and pepper, but it could mean a
heavier coating too.
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