A Quick Overview Of How To Say Bouquet Garni
We use 'bouquet garni' in English as well as French: - it refers a small bunch of herbs tied together with string, and added to soups and stews for flavour. The bouquet garni is removed before the dish is served. Some chefs prefer to put the herbs into a muslin bag for easy removal.
The herbs vary depending on the recipe, but you will usually find bay leaves, parsley and thyme in a bouquet garni.
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