A Quick Overview Of How To Say Salmis
A ‘salmis’ *(m) is a game stew, usually made with pheasant, or partridge. The meat is partially roasted, then jointed and simmered in a brown sauce (‘sauce brune’). Examples are:
In English. ‘salmis’ is spelled ‘salmi’. See also ‘ragoût’ for links to other important French stews.