meaning of bouillabaisse

bouillabaisse meaning in Etymology Dictionary

fish stew, 1845, from French bouillabaisse (19c.), from Tested

bouillabaisse meaning in Cooking Dictionary

Fish stew

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  • A rich fish stew from southern France. It was once an undesirable man's meal made of any fish available. Modern-day variations feature lobster and shrimp. The broth is flavored with garlic, orange-peel, fennel, and saffron. Essential olive oil is added to the stew and quickly boiled to mix it to the broth. The stew could be supported with croutons and rouille, a variation of aioli.

bouillabaisse meaning in General Dictionary

highly seasoned Mediterranean soup or stew made of several forms of seafood with tomatoes and onions or leeks and seasoned with saffron and garlic and natural herbs

bouillabaisse - German to English

bouillabaisse [traditional Proven├žal seafood stew]