What is another word for terrines?

Pronunciation: [tˈɛɹiːnz] (IPA)

Terrines are a type of dish that originated in France and are usually made from ground meat and other ingredients that are packed into a container and then baked or cooked in a water bath. Some synonyms for terrines include pâte, meatloaf, galantine, and roulade. Pâte is a type of terrine that is made from finely ground meat and other ingredients such as liver, herbs, and spices, and is often served as an appetizer. Meatloaf is another type of terrine that is made by mixing ground meat with breadcrumbs, eggs, and other ingredients, shaping it into a loaf, and then baking it. Galantine is a type of terrine that is made with boned poultry or game, which is then stuffed with various ingredients and cooked in a broth.

What are the hypernyms for Terrines?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    victuals, Recipes, Foods, menus, savory dishes, culinary dishes, Cooked Foods, Edible Dishes, cooked dishes, food dishes, potted dishes.

Semantically related words: red wine terrine, savory terrine, roast beef terrine, what is a terrine, pate terrine

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