Place on a platter and put a thick piece of parboiled beef marrow, with one fried egg, on top.
The intention is to have it parboiled only, as it is afterwards to be fricasseed.
They require long slow cooking and are improved if they are first parboiled in water to which a pinch of soda has been added.
Amelia washed the sand from her parboiled fingers, and drew a nervous breath.
It may be parboiled for five minutes before frying; or, prepare according to directions given for Fried Eggplant.
The corn is first parboiled in water; then drained and well dried.
To the remainder of the sauce add in equal parts some sliced truffle, sliced canned French mushrooms and parboiled goose liver.
Like all good housewives she first parboiled them with pork before baking.
After toilet and dinner, Paul and I were parboiled in the bath house of the establishment.
So everything was heavy slumber, sleep of parboiled weariness.
late 14c., "to boil partially;" mid-15c., "to boil thoroughly," from Old French parboillir "to boil thoroughly," from Medieval Latin perbullire "to boil thoroughly," from Latin per "through, thoroughly" + bullire "to boil" (see boil (v.)). Main modern meaning "boil partially" is by mistaken association of the prefix with part. Related: Parboiled; parboiling.