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ganache

[ guh-nahsh ]
/ gəˈnɑʃ /
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noun
a whipped frosting or filling made with semisweet chocolate and cream, used for cakes, pastries, and candies.
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Origin of ganache

First recorded in 1810–15; from French “jaw; fool, unintelligent person,” from Italian ganascia “jaw,” from Greek gnáthos (compare gnathic)

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British Dictionary definitions for ganache

ganache
/ (ɡəˈnæʃ) /

noun
a smooth mixture of chocolate and cream, used in cakes, truffles, and chocolates

Word Origin for ganache

C20: from French
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