A Quick Overview Of How To Say Bigarade, Sauce Bigarade
'Sauce Bigarade' is classified as a brown sauce (Sauce Brune), and is made with a 'demi-glace' base. Other traditional ingredients include red wine, red-currant jelly, orange (juice and zest) and shallots. It is usually served with game, particularly wild duck. The other ingredients may vary, but a Sauce Bigarade should always contain oranges in some form or other.
- bigarade, Sauce Bigarade
How To Say It
- The 'i' is pronounced like the English 'i' in 'machine';
- The ‘a’s sound like the ‘a’ in ‘father’, and the 'lah' from 'do re mi';
- You pronounce the ‘d’ because it is followed by an ‘e’. The ‘e’ is silent.
- 'Sauce' in French is pronounced as it is in English.