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saut

/sɔːt/
noun, verb, adjective
1.
a Scot word for salt
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Historical Examples
  • Season four small tenderloin steaks with salt and pepper, and broil; or saut in pan with butter.

  • Poach them gently in a greased frying-pan, or saut pan, for ten minutes.

    The Skilful Cook Mary Harrison
  • He shed his guernsey during the safe passage between Jument and saut de Juan.

    Carette of Sark John Oxenham
  • Re-entering the saut the steamer shapes her course for Mackinaw.

    Old Mackinaw W. P. Strickland.
  • saut in butter to a light color jointed chicken, slightly parboiled, or slices of cold cooked chicken or turkey.

    The Century Cook Book Mary Ronald
  • "saut," quo' the souter, when he had eaten a cow a' but the tail.

    The Proverbs of Scotland Alexander Hislop
  • Put two ounces of butter in a saut pan with one chopped onion, or six chopped shallots.

  • "The comforts of the saut Market," said Katie with a shrug of her shoulders.

    The Wizard's Son, Vol. 2(of 3) Margaret Oliphant
  • Roll it into small cakes, and saut them in butter; or it may be dropped from a spoon into hot fat, making fritters.

    The Century Cook Book Mary Ronald
  • How will madame have potatoes, saut or grill, or au naturel?

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