Sautéing conjures up images of rich flavors and succulent food creations. The process uses dry high heat, and typically foods are lightly oiled to result in a pleasingly crisp finished texture. This method of cooking is often referred to as “quick cooked” due to the high heat associated with food preparations, creating intense flavors.
|Product||Description||Usage Rate||Form||Vegetarian||Kosher Status|
|Nat Sauteed Onion FL WONF 6161-OS||Lightly-browned, softened onion character with sweet top notes and finishing as a pronounced onion flavor.||0.30%||Oil||Yes||Kosher Pareve|
|Nat Sauteed Mushroom FL WONF RA10038||Freshly sautéed, button mushroom essence with rich buttery notes and umami foundation.||0.35%||Dry||Yes||Kosher Pareve|
|Nat Mirepoix FL RA09031-OS||Aromatic, vibrant, traditionally sautéed celery, onion and carrot.||0.35%||Oil||Yes||Kosher Pareve|
|Nat Mirepoix FL RA11048||Aromatic, vibrant, traditionally sautéed celery, onion and carrot anchor in dry format.||0.50%||Dry||Yes||Not Kosher|