Bouquet garni

a bundle of aromatic herbs and spices used to flavour casseroles and stocks.
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Bouquet garni

The bouquet garni bukɛ ɡaʁni (French for `garnished bouquet`) is a bundle of herbs usually tied together with string and mainly used to prepare soup, stock, and various stews. The bouquet is cooked with the other ingredients, but is removed prior to consumption. There is no generic recipe for bouquet garni, but most recipes include thyme and .....
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Bouquet Garni

A bundle of seasonings; bay leaf, thyme and parsley stems tied with leeks, carrot and celery stalk. It's used to season braised foods and stocks.
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Bouquet Garni

A mixture of fresh herbs tied together with string and used to flavor stews, soups etc. It refers to a mix of parsley, bay leaf, thyme (and sometimes celery stalk). The bouquet is removed before serving.
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Bouquet Garni

A sachet of herbs, containing parsley, thyme, and bay leaf. Variations may include rosemary, marjoram, fennel, leeks, celery leaves, and black pepper.
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Bouquet garni

Bunch of herbs used for flavouring, parsley, thyme and bay, tied together or wrapped in muslin for easy removal before serving.
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bouquet garni

bundle or faggot of herbs that is added to a soup, stew, sauce, or poaching liquid to give flavour. It is removed before the dish is served. The ...
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Bouquet Garni

Herbs, usually parley, thyme and bay leaf tied together (or contained in a small muslin bag) added to soups and stews and removed before serving.
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Bouquet garni

typically fresh whole parsley bay leaf and thyme tied together with string and tucked into stews; the package is removed prior to serving.
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