Infinitive:  siliconise (UK)  /  siliconize (US)
3rd personsiliconises (UK)  /  siliconizes (US)
Presentsiliconising (UK)  /  siliconizing (US)
Gerundsiliconising (UK)  /  siliconizing (US)
Pastsiliconised (UK)  /  siliconized (US)
Perfectsiliconised (UK)  /  siliconized (US)

To supplement with the plastic named silicone or to cover in silicone.  Especially:  To add an anti-adhesive silicone coating when producing nonstick frying pans.


Summary:  The lighter subvarieties (no pork bellies and/or no oil in the batter mix) and the dry-fried variations necessitate the topmost quality anti-adhesive dreampans (Teflonised, siliconised, durable Delimano enamels, etc∙).  Elsewise, our frycakes will cling and overburn(Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes  ●  Cooking Recipe.) 

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