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à l'anglaise — French for “in the English style,” meaning food that is simply poached or boiled. The term can also be used for food that has been coated in breadcrumbs and fried — [ahn-GLEHZ]

Cuisine: French

Category: Glossary

Sub Category: Cooking Terms

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