The latter method also could be used to parch the rice.
But a horrendous heat wave then parched their new island and fell with special fury on the king's shepherd.
The wheat is first parched then cooked in the milk and sugar and flavoured with spices and raisins.
Beyond the asphalt the land was parched brown by the heat, and there were no trees, just stubby greasewood bushes and low grass, with an occasional spiky yucca or flat cactus.
These days, with the sun parching the New Zealand tourists, bowlers run in from the Gateway Pavilion End, home of a £4.5m edifice of wood and metal.
The already tinder-dry vegetation is further parched by the warm Santa Ana winds which blow in from the desert every year and also fuel any wildfires the moment they break out.
I walked along the barren lands as the sun parched my skin.
The kernels are dried in the sun, then parched , often by smoking on racks.
Phoenix, meanwhile, had parched in the heat, although one or two storms had snuck into the north Valley after sunset, they brought only humidity, no relief.
On shore, the rice was dried in the sun, and then parched in a kettle to loosen the hull.