How To Say Estouffade Correctly?
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How To Say Estouffade Overview
An ‘estouffade’*(f) is a French term for a slow stew or braise. It usually contains wine.
See also ‘ragoût’ – from here you will find links to other important French stews.
'Estouffade' can also refer to a fond brun, or 'brown stock'.
- The unaccented 'e' here sounds like the 'e' in 'egg';
- The 'ou' vowel cluster sounds like the 'oo' in 'food';
- The ‘a’ sounds like the ‘a’ in ‘father’;
- You say the ‘d’, because it is followed by an ‘e’ – the ‘e’ is silent.
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