Chiffonade

finely shredded lettuce

Chiffonade

Chiffonade (ʃi.fɔ.nad) is a chopping technique in which herbs or leafy green vegetables (such as spinach and basil) are cut into long, thin strips. This is accomplished by stacking leaves, rolling them tightly, then slicing the leaves perpendicular to the roll. The technique can also be applied to crepes or thin omelets to produce strips. This t...
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chiffonade

(shihf-uh-NAHD) - (1) This is a French word, which comes from the word "chiffon" which means, "rag". In culinary terms, a chiffonade describes a way of cutting herbs and lettuces into thin strips or shreds, which look a bit like rags. (2) Chiffonade is also a dish consisting of a mixture of green vegetables (such as spinach, le...
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Chiffonade

A very fine julienne of vegetables usually associated with leafy herbs, lettuce, or greens. Literally translated from French, the term means 'made of rags'.
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Chiffonade

Lettuces, sorrel, basil leaves and other leafy vegetables cut into julienne strips.
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