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How To Sauté Veg To PerfectionEver wondered why sauté pans are flat with slightly curved sides? Well, the word ‘sauté’ is French for ‘jump’, which is exactly what the ingredients you’re sautéing should do if you’re sautéing properly and is the reason why sauté pans are designed in the way they are (so the ingredients don’t fly out when you flip it!). This cooking technique seems daunting to many people but once you’ve got the hang of it, it’s really not that difficult at all. Follow the tips below and you’ll be sautéing with the best of them before you can say ‘sacré bleu!’… Following the above steps should leave you with sautéed veg with exquisite texture and taste. If you’re looking to have a go at it yourself any time soon, check out the range of Tower Cerasure and Tower Cerastone Sauté Pans – their superior non-stick qualities ensures you won’t have a hefty clean-up operation to contend with afterwards and because they require less oil to cook with, offer a healthier way to sauté!