By Published On: 16 Jul '20Last Updated: 16 Jul '20

Simmering is a food preparation technique when the liquids are just hot enough for a few bubbles to form. The temperature is approximately 90⁰C-95⁰C. Simmering is when the liquids are brought to a boil and the heat reduced to maintain that temperature.

Simmering is one of the most essential cooking technique in Indian cooking. As no flour is added to Indian curries during cooking, simmering the curry uncovered for a few minutes reduces the excess liquid and thickens the curry.

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