Prepositions after "simmer"

"simmer for" or "simmer in"?

In 41% of cases "simmer for" is used

Allow to simmer for twenty minutes.

Bring to boil and simmer for 1 hour.

Reduce heat to low and simmer for 10 minutes.

Add the cilantro and the fresh tomatoes and simmer for about 3 minutes.

Bring to the boil, and then let it gently simmer for an hour and a half or so.

Turn heat to a lower setting and let mixture simmer for about 15 minutes or until rice is done.

Add chicken stock and simmer for approximately 10 minutes to thicken the sauce, and once thick add 1 tbs butter.

If you start whisking them on a medium speed when the sugar has simmered for about 5 minutes you should be good.

Then I shove the re-roasted bones and vegetables into a stockpot, cover it with cold water, and let the stock simmer for a couple of hours.

Bring to the boil, then turn the heat right down and let your stock simmer for up to three hours till the bones are brittle and the liquid is slightly thickened.

In 24% of cases "simmer in" is used

Let that simmer in the cognitive dissonance sauce in their brains till it boils over.

Pieces of chicken are first pan-fried to a golden brown then slowly simmered in a spicy tomato sauce.

I have a couple things that I want to blog about -- ideas and thoughts that have simmered in that head of mine for some time.

Seventh Course: Rice Simmered in Flavoured Dashi Broth, with Minced Chicken and Mixed Vegetables, aka takikomi gohan with soboro and tsukemono.

In 12% of cases "simmer on" is used

Mix in the beans and simmer on a low heat.

Add the sugar and prunes and simmer on low for two minutes.

Cover and let simmer on low heat for about 20 min or until the apples break down into a soft mush.

Place kernels in a pot with 1/2 stick of butter (that is if you start with 2 cobs) and simmer on low heat until the butter melts and bubbles.

The war relegated Congress to a back seat behind the president as commander in chief, causing resentment, suspicion, and hostility toward the administration to simmer on Capitol Hill.

In 5% of cases "simmer at" is used

Heat, stirring continuously until it melts and begins to simmer at the edges.

Stir, and (leaving the lid off) simmer at an almost-boil until the broccoli is tender, about 20 minutes, whisking regularly.

In 2% of cases "simmer beneath" is used

The film's premise may lack credibility, but Mackie certainly does n't: he's excellent at allowing his character's compassion to simmer beneath his professional composure.

In 2% of cases "simmer during" is used

Many locals from nearby offices attend Simmers during lunch break.

In 2% of cases "simmer into" is used

The tomatoes are simmered into a sauce in a saucepan.