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Fryed? yeas there is: 'excessively exposed to the influence of Steven Fry'.
"Spadellare", however, isn't exactly to fry for what do we do with "frigere", then? Nor is it "to sautée" for sautèe-ing is slow and spadelatouing is fast. Ecco, mi è venuta un'alternativa: mo la metto!
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Explanation: there is no such English word as "fryed".
Tom in London United Kingdom Local time: 21:23 Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 52
Explanation: Prima soffriggi aglio e cipolla trittata, aggiungi pomodoro e fai cuocere su fuoco dolce (eccoti sautèe-ing!)
Soffriggi separatamente il guanciale tagliato a cubetti (eccoti fried/tossed-in-a-pan guanciale)
E poi spadelli il sugo e il guanciale insieme per un paio di minuti, togli dal fuocho, aggiungi pecorino romano e hai la tua amatriciana.
But I am getting carried away!
To sum up, failing to accept my "pan-blended", go at least for sautèe. But not Steven Fry!
Michael Korovkin Italy Local time: 22:23 Native speaker of: English, Russian PRO pts in category: 22