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Beef bourguignon

Origin of boeuf bourguignon1

  • Also called boeuf à la bour·gui·gnonne [bœfalaboor-gee-nyawn]. /bœf a la bur giˈnyɔn/.

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How to use boeuf bourguignon in a sentence

  • As is the case with most famous dishes, there are more ways than one to arrive at a good boeuf bourguignon.What to Eat | Cookstr.com | August 5, 2009 | THE DAILY BEAST

British Dictionary definitions for boeuf bourguignon

/ (French bœf burɡiɲɔ̃) /

  • a casserole of beef, vegetables, herbs, etc, cooked in red wine : Also called: boeuf à la bourguignonne

Origin of boeuf bourguignon1French: Burgundy beef

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How to Pronounce Beef Bourguignon? (CORRECTLY)

FAQ

How do you say Beef Bourguignon in French?

Traditionally, mashed potatoes or baby potatoes are placed over a beef bourguignon. A traditional Potato Gratin Dauphinois, buttered egg noodles, white rice, or even polenta are all delicious accompaniments, in my opinion. A side of green beans almondine or sweet peas is also delicious.

What do the French eat with Beef Bourguignon?

Beef stew and beef Bourguignon differ depending on whether or not they contain Burgundy wine. Unlike beef Bourguignon, which always contains wine, traditional beef stew recipes (like my Instant Pot Beef Stew) do not necessarily call for it.

What is the difference between beef stew and bourguignon?

A recipe prepared in the manner of the French region of Bourgogne (also known as Burgundy in English) is referred to as bourguignon (pronounced “bore-green-YONE”).

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