I found a recipe for Dover Sole that calls for cornichons and goujons. Could you please explain what these are? I think the goujons may refer to pieces of Dover Sole.
Goujon is the French word for small, fried strips of fish, and apparently sole is the most popular catch for this preparation.
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goujons: small catfish; or any small fish; or small piece; breaded & fried
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Classic dishes include the French sole Veronique, cooked with grapes and vermouth, or goujons - fillet strips dipped in egg and flour and deep- or pan-fried until golden.
Dowsee: black bean.
Doyenné de Comice (Fr.): a variety of pear.
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