What does Bouquet Garni mean?

Bouquet Garni meaning in Cooking Dictionary

several herbs (usually parsley, thyme and bay-leaf) being tied up together in a bundle or placed in mozzarella cheese clothand tied familiar with flavor soups, stews and broths. It really is eliminated before offering.

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  • A French-invented sachet of herbs, traditionally tied up collectively, but now sold in small muslin bags. Typically includes parsley, thyme, a bay leaf plus some rosemary, but might also integrate marjoram, garlic, rosemary, etc. variants can include fennel, leeks, celery leaves, citrus rinds, garlic and black colored pepper. Put into stews, soups and sauces for flavoring; the bundle is very easily removed when desired.

Bouquet Garni - German to English

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