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b. as in beurre noisette: butter heated until it turns nut brown; used as a finishing touch for many dishes, especially fish
c. French for hazelnut. So, pommes noisettes are hazelnut-sized balls of potato, cut with a melon baller, lightly fried and browned in butter. Used as a garnish.
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Noisette
Has three meanings: a. small round steak, usually of lamb or mutton, cut from the rib or loin. Noisettes are very tender and can be fried in butter and served with a variety of garnishes. The name is also given to small round cuts of beef or veal b.

Noisette
a) French for hazelnut; b) small, very tender round steak, usually of lamb beef or veal, cut from the rib or loin; c) as in beurre noisette: butter heated until it turns nut brown; used as a finishing touch for many dishes, especially fish; ...

Noisette 1. A small round steak of rib or loin of lamb or mutton. 2. Beurre noisette: butter heated until it turns nut brown. 3. French for hazelnut.
Noodles A type of pasta cut into thin flat strips.

noisette
noun
a small round thick slice of meat (in particular, lamb or veal) that has been deboned adjective
flavoured with hazelnuts ...

~ - A small round steak, made of lamb or beef tenderloin.
~ Butter - Whole butter which has been cooked until it reaches a rich, nutty brown color and aroma.
Noix - [French] nut.

~ (nwah-ZEHT) - (1) It is the French word for hazelnut. (2) In French, ~ is a small version of noix, which means a "walnut." The noix of a leg of lamb or ham means a "small walnut-shaped" which is a juicy morsel.

~ - Small, round piece of tender meat from the rib or loin
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Orecchiette - Small, ear-shaped pasta ...

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The word literally means " hazelnuts ", but can also refer to something being nut brown in colour. For example, beurre ~ is butter browned over heat until it becomes a nut brown color. It can also refer to boneless rack of lamb that is rolled, tied and cut into rounds.

~
Small pieces of loin of lamb or pork, generally the eye of the chop, without the bone and fat, either broiled or sauteed
Nougat ...

~
A small round slice of meat from the loin or a small knob of butter. Also French for hazelnut.
Meaning 'in the style of Normandy'. Refers to either a dish with apples, cream and cider or Calvados, or a dish with a cream sauce and shellfish garnish.

~: 1) the French word for hazelnut. 2) A small, tender, round slice of meat (usually lamb, beef or veal) taken from the rib or loin ...

"~s of Lamb Marye
Another recipe form the family collection of George T. Marye, the well-known Bonanza Day financier. ~s are the 'tenerloin steaks' of a lamb. Use loin chops removoing all the fat and skin. Saute them in butter...and serve with Sauce Diable.

Beurre ~
Nut brown butter used to finish pan-fried dishes.
Biscuit flour
Softened flour that highlights the baked properties of biscuits leaving a short crumb
texture.

Beurre ~: A simple sauce made by cooking butter until it is brown and 'nutty'
Blackened: A technique where meat or fish is coated with a seasoning and then seared in a cast-iron skillet in which oil has reached its smoking point.

Beurre ~:
Browned butter with lemon juices and seasonings.
Beurre: ...

~ Butter
Whole butter which has been cooked until it reaches a rich, nutty brown color and aroma.
Nuoc-Mam ...

~: hazelnut; hazelnut flavored
~: also refers to small round piece (such as potato) browned in butter
noix: walnut; nut; nut sized ...

- ~ - A cut from a boned out loin of lamb tied round
- ~ Butter - Butter which has been cooked until it reaches a rich, nutty brown colour and aroma
- Nori - Sheets of Japanese seaweed used in the making of sushi ...

Beurre ~
(burr-nwah-zet) (French) Butter that tastes like hazelnuts, achieved by melting butter until it turns a golden brown.
Bitter ...

Beurre ~
French for "brown butter"; whole butter heated until it turns light brown, giving off a nutty aroma.
Beurre Rouge ...

Café ~ (Fr.): espresso with tiny amount of milk.
Café serré (Fr.): extra-strong espresso, made with half the normal amount of water.
Caféine (Fr.): caffeine.
Caffè (It.): generally coffee, but in a bar it means espresso.

~ (Fr. ) Hazelnut. The word also means a cut of meat from the
ribs, usually of lamb, trimmed, rolled, tied in a small round, and served in an individual portion. ~ potatoes are shaped like hazelnuts and browned in butter; beurre ~ is brown butter sauce.

Double loin chops include two pieces of tenderloin, two of the eye, and two T-bones, and they're usually formed into a tidy circle. If a single loin chop is boned and rolled, it's called a ~.

Frangelico (Italy), ~ (France)
Herbs, Flowers, Berries
Chartreuse (France) - herbs, Benedictine (France) - herbs, spices and citrus peel, Drambuie (Scotland) - whisky, honey & herbs ...

beurre meunière, a simple sauce of beurre ~, lemon and parsley)
à la Milanaise: in the style of Milan, pasta coated with butter and Parmesan cheese, then sauced with tomatoes, ham, mushrooms, tongue and truffles
à la minute: cooked at the moment, prepared to order ...

Beurre ~ (hazel butter) and Beurre noir (black butter) are sauces of melted butter cooked until the milk solids and sugars have turned golden or dark brown; they are often finished with an addition of vinegar or lemon juice.

~s are very tender and can be fried in butter and served with a variety of garnishes. The name is also given to small round cuts of beef or veal
b. as in beurre ~: butter heated until it turns nut brown; used as a finishing touch for many dishes, especially fish
c. French for hazelnut.

Cocoa and partridge ravioli served with demi-glace, beurre ~ and parmesan
Tri-city sliders
Seashore and hedgerow: carrageen moss pudding, oat biscuit crumble, quince and rosehip coulis, elderflower jelly and crystallised mint leaves ...

Sauteed Head-on Prawns with Two Ginger Beurre ~
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nojète (W) (S noche) NF hazelnut [~]
nourî VT to feed, nourish [nourrir]
noûriture (S) (W noûritur') NF food [nourriture] ...

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Napper- to coat with sauce
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~- A round piece of meat of veal or lamb tenderloin.(b)small potato balls
Nouilles- Noodles
Noques- flour dumplings ...

Examples include 'Bourbon roses', 'Portland roses', '~ roses' and later developments like 'Remontant roses' and 'Tea roses' with large, solitary flowers. Inclusion of Rosa multiflora into the genetic pool produces many-flowered roses, often referred to as polyantha and floribunda types.

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