Examples of parboil in a Sentence
Parboil the potatoes before you roast them.
Recent Examples of parboil from the Web
Weiss Lake, like all waters of Alabama at present, is hot enough to parboil any fish brave enough to prowl the shallows, with average water temperatures in the high 80's and even the 90's in shallow, dark-bottomed backwaters.
The artichokes can be parboiled in advance; bring them to room temperature when ready to grill.
Or grill zucchini and parboiled potatoes for the salad with burrata.
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Origin and Etymology of parboil
PARBOIL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of parboil for English Language Learners
: to boil (a piece of food) for a short time often before cooking it fully in another way
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