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How to Scald Milk?

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when a recipe requires you to scald milk, all it is asking is that you bring the milk up to temperature. To do this, add your milk to a saucepan on the stove on medium to medium high heat. You don't have to continuously stir the milk, however, watch
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scald
[skawld]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
1.
to burn or affect painfully with or as if with hot liquid or steam.
2.
to subject to the action of boiling or hot liquid.
3.
to heat to a temperature just short of the boiling point: to scald milk.
4.
to parboil or blanch (fruit, vegetables, etc.).
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT)
5.
to be or become scalded.
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Scalding is when a liquid, typically water, is hot enough to cause first degree burns to the skin which cause the area around the burn to turn bright red.
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1. Pour the milk in the saucepan. Make sure the saucepan is clean and large enough to accommodate the amount of milk so it doesn't boil over or spill. 2. Heat the saucepan of milk
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1. To pour boiling water over a food to clean it, loosen hairs (e.g. on a joint of pork), or remove the skin of fruit, tomatoes, etc. 2. To heat milk almost to boiling point, to retard
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