Add the garlic, Jerusalem artichokes and potatoes cubes and sauté for a few minutes.
Perhaps you could exhibit some sauté skills in an appetizer course.
sauté until the celery is soft and the onion is translucent, about four to five minutes.
Add the onion and mushrooms and sauté until they barely start to brown.
sauté until golden brown then add mushrooms and chipotle purée.
Melt a little butter in a frying pan, add the fish, and sauté until slightly browned.
Dip in seasoned flour and sauté in hot lard in a frying-pan.
When sufficiently coated, sauté in shallow fat, browning first on one side and then on the other.
Roll in crumbs, sauté in butter or drippings, and serve with Tomato Sauce.
Cut the slices of bacon into small pieces and sauté until crisp.
1813, from French sauté, literally "jumped, bounced" (in reference to tossing continually while cooking), past participle of sauter "to jump," from Latin saltare "to hop, dance," frequentative of salire "to leap" (see salient (adj.)). As an adjective, "fried quickly," from 1869. As a verb from 1859. Related: Sauteed.