Meaning Brunoise
What does Brunoise mean? Here you find 12 meanings of the word Brunoise. You can also add a definition of Brunoise yourself

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Brunoise


A very fine dice usually applied to vegetables.
Source: theodora.com

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Brunoise


A very fine dice usually applied to vegetables.
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Brunoise


Vegetables cut into very small diced pieces.
Source: cookingnook.com

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Brunoise


Small neat dice.
Source: hotpot-online.eu

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Brunoise


finely diced or shredded vegetables, usually cooked in butter or stock, and used to flavor soups and sauces.
Source: recipebits.com

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Brunoise


Very small diced vegetables.
Source: lifestylefood.com.au

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Brunoise


French term for finely diced vegetables (1/8 inch dice)
Source: theodora.com

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Brunoise


(broo-NWAHZ) – It is a French word used to describe a mixture of vegetables, usually onion, celery, and carrot, which has been very finely diced, then cooked slowly in butter.  This classic mixture [..]
Source: whatscookingamerica.net

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Brunoise


tiny diced vegetables
Source: slowtrav.com

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Brunoise


A brunoise cut is a small diced cut, approximately 3mm in size. Usually used for vegetables.
Source: kitchen.nine.com.au

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Brunoise


A French term used to describe a specific cut (very small dice) or mixture of vegetables, usually braised in butter.
Source: atomicgourmet.com

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Brunoise


finely diced or shredded vegetables, usually cooked in butter or stock, and used to flavor soups and sauces.
Source: cooksrecipes.com


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