How To Pronounce 'Potage Purée Parmentier'?
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Phonetics For Pronouncing 'Potage Purée Parmentier'?
Potage Purée Parmentier
poh/tahzh pew/ray pahr/mah~/tyay
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A Quick Overview Of Potage Purée Parmentier
'Potage Purée Parmentier' is classic French potato soup. It is made with onions and potatoes which have been gently softened in butter, then simmered in milk and passed through a sieve. The soup is thickened with a liaison of egg yolks and cream.
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'Parmentier' indicates that a dish contains potatoes. 'Hachis parmentier' is cottage, or sheperd's pie.
- Potage Purée Parmentier
- poh/tahzh pew/ray pahr/mah~/tyay