glace de viande
Pronunciation: [glahs duh vee-AHND]
French for "meat glaze," glace de viande is made by boiling meat juices until they are reduced to a thick syrup. It's used to add flavor and color to sauces.
Viande: (French) Meat.
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glace de viande (glahs duh vee-AHND) - It is a meat glaze by French definition, but it is actually a very high end bouillon cube made by reducing unsalted meat stock. The stock is boiled down to about 20% of its original volume or until it is thick, viscous, and syrupy.
~: meat (e.g., ~ en dés, meat chunks)
vierge: virgin (e.g., huile d'olive vierge, pure cold-pressed olive oil)
vieux: old, aged
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In France, in the reign of Henri IV, the guilds split up into several separate branches: rotisseurs were responsible for la grosse viande (the main cuts of meat), patissiers dealt with poultry, pies and tarts, and vinaigriers made the sauces.
Glace de Viande- Meat glaze
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Gratin- Browned surface of foods cooked in a hot oven or salamander
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The sauce is then simmered with a mirepoix, bouquet garni, and wine. The long, slow cooking help to purify and concentrate its flavor. It is finally strained through very fine muslin. Demi-glace and glace de viande are all structured around a fine espagnole sauce. Espresso ...
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jus (Fr.) Juice; au jus means meat served with its natural juices; jus de viande means gravy.
Kabeljau (Ger.) Cod.
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