A Quick Overview Of How To Say Ragoût
A ‘ragoût’ *(m) is the French word for ‘stew’. ‘Ragoût’ is a generic word for stew, although it is used mainly to refer to a brown stew (ragoût brun) – which indicates that the meat, chicken or fish is browned in oil before adding the stock and vegetables.
This stage is skipped for a ‘white ragoût’ (ragoût blanc). There are many words for stews in French. ‘White ragoûts’ are referred as ‘blanquette’, or ‘fricassée’ depending on the cooking method. See also are ‘navarin’, ‘salmis’, and ‘civet’.
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