Anglaise

A VAnglaise (ah LON-glaze) is the name given to preparations which are most often cooked in water or in white stock. The term also applies to fish poached in court bouillon, fish rolled in breadcrumbs and then grilled or fried, and potatoes which are steamed or boiled in water.

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