How To Pronounce 'Beurre, Au Beurre'?
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Phonetics For Pronouncing 'Beurre, Au Beurre'?
bøhr (burr), oh bøhr(burr)
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A Quick Overview Of Beurre, Au Beurre
'Beurre' *(m) is French for 'butter'. 'Au beurre', which means 'with butter' is used to describe food cooked in butter.
- beurre noisette - browned butter
- beurre d'escargot - 'snail butter' with garlic and parsley
- beurre maître d'hotel
- buerre manié - kneaded butter
- beurre noir - black or 'burned' butter
- sauces au beurre - butter sauces
How do you say 'butter' in Italian and Spanish?
- Beurre, au beurre
- bøhr, oh bøhr (burr)
- The ‘eurre’ rhymes with ‘fur’, stir, and 'refER'. It is not necessary to sound the 'r', although American English speakers will probably do it naturally. It may sound forced with a middle UK, South African or Australian accent. The 'eu' sound is indicated by this symbol: 'ø'; You can use the English word 'burr' as a reference;
- The final 'e' is silent;
- The ‘au’ vowel cluster sounds like the ‘o’ sound in the English ‘oh’.