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brown stock

noun

a dark cooking liquid made by browning bones, vegetables, and other ingredients before being cooked in water

Examples

She made gravy with a base of brown stock.

Word Origin

cooking

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  • The milk may be substituted with good soup stock or brown stock.

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile
  • The ravioli are then to be served hot seasoned with cheese and butter or with brown stock or tomato sauce.

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile
  • The most popular seasoning for spaghetti, are tomato sauce, brown stock and anchovy sauce.

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile
  • The most appreciated kind of macaroni are those seasoned with tomato sauce or with brown stock (see nos. 12 and 13).

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile
  • The Bolognese sauce is also used to season macaroni or spaghetti in lieu of the tomato sauce or the brown stock.

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile
  • Put the pan over the fire and when it has begun to boil pour a small cup of brown stock or broth and a little lemon juice.

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile
  • Then put it in a saucepan with butter, and when this is melted, add some brown stock or good tomato sauce.

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile
  • Season moderately with salt and butter and add some brown stock or good tomato sauce.

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile
  • When they have begun to take color, complete the cooking with some brown stock, then cut them in pieces as little as a bean.

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile
  • Place in a mold with brown stock or meat gravy (in that case use a mold with a hole) and cook in double boiler.

    The Italian Cook Book Maria Gentile

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