How To Pronounce 'Fécule, À La Fécule'?
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A Quick Overview Of Fécule, À La Fécule
'Fécule' is a starch used to thicken a liquid, such as a sauce, or soup. Potato starch is most closely associated with the word 'fécule', and what most recipe books mean today when they list it as an ingredient in their recipe, but it can also be used with reference to other starches such as flour, cornflour and arrowroot.
'À la fécule' means that a dish is thickened with a fécule.
- Thickeners in general are referred to as 'liaisons'.
How To Say It
- à la fécule
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