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Definition of "well-cooked" []

  • Having been cooked with skill so as to be pleasant to eat (adjective)
  • (of meat) having been cooked thoroughly (adjective)

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Use "well-cooked" in a sentence
  • "Besides, the brown, crisp layer that forms on the bottom of a well-cooked paella, the socarrat, is a highly prized delicacy."
  • "I am mortified to confess that while I have always accepted the vast superiority of fresh picked tomatoes raw, I have never really believed that it would make much difference in a well-cooked sauce."
  • "The men receive heavy-workers rations and the food is reported to be good and well-cooked."
  • "Like a well-cooked meal, it reveals its pleasures gradually -- not all in the first bite."
  • "With local dried beans, you can soak for just a couple of hours, cook an hour and still wind up with soft-creamy and well-cooked beans that are easy to digest."