A liaison (lee-ay-zawn) is the French culinary term for a thickening agent used to thicken liquids – for example, flour to thicken soups and eggs to thicken custards or sauces. Other well known liaisons include butter, cornflour , arrowroot and BEUKRE MANIE.

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