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How to translate "couvillion"?

I was just reading a recipe for red fish couvillion; wondering what it means in English...


LSUballs
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re: How to translate "couvillion"?
court bouil·lon

/ko?or 'bo?o(l)yän/





Noun




A stock made from wine and vegetables, typically used in fish dishes.



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OldSouth
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Member since Oct 2011
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re: How to translate "couvillion"?
Courtbouillon means short or quick broth. Not sure about "Couvillion".




ETA: I had to look it up to see how to spell it.
This post was edited on 2/25 at 8:32 am


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l'affiche
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re: How to translate "couvillion"?
court = short
bouillion = broth


Courtbouillon are broths that are quickly cooked as opposed to simmered for hours like a traditional stock.

Great for seafood dishes when you want more delicate flavors.


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CITWTT
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re: How to translate "couvillion"?
There is no V in the name for the dish with redfish unless you plan on including some parts of a human with that last name.


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Zach
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re: How to translate "couvillion"?
quote:

"couvillion"?

Lots of Couvillions in New Iberia. Nice folks.


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