beurre noisette

Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Related to beurre noisette: beurre noir
  • noun

Synonyms for beurre noisette

clarified butter browned slowly and seasoned with vinegar or lemon juice and capers


Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
DISH FOR NOVEMBER: Chef Marcus Bennett with the Dover Sole with beurre noisette capers, deep fried squid and mini fish pie
There aren't many places where you see pures, beurre noisette and (lovage) vichyssoise alongside oat groats, wood sorrel and mead dressing, buffered by Eastern Asian miso, icicle radish, wasabi and Moroccan/Tunisian tastes of chermoula and carrot tagine.
There were six choices here, including a vegetarian option of veg and nut lasagne with young leaf salad, and for the carnivores, baked whole trout with new potatoes, fennel and melon salad, beurre noisette.
What Galatoire's refers to as a ``meuniere butter'' is really a beurre noir (``black butter'') or beurre noisette (``nut-brown butter'').
First, we're filling this with whipped cream, then we make what's called a beurre noisette, which is basically just butter that's melted and then burned slightly.
My son chose pan fried fillet of sea bass with braised chicory prawn and shrimp beignet, rocKet crushed anya potatoes, baby vegetables and caper beurre noisette.
Next up was a fish dish - east coast cod with beurre noisette consomme and salsa verde.
Quality local ingredients are given a contemporary jump-start - like the amazing diver scallop with smoked eel, apple, truffle and chervil, or lemon meringue with beurre noisette, rocket and pepper.
But I can forgive her and, what's more, I've got a lovely plate of wild sea bass with choucroute, brown shrimps, dinky croutons and lemon beurre noisette.