Definition of bouillon in English:

bouillon

Syllabification: bouil·lon
Pronunciation: /ˈbo͝olyən, -yän
 
/

noun

A broth made by stewing meat, fish, or vegetables in water.
More example sentences
  • Combine the instant dashi or vegetable bouillon powder and boiling water in a saucepan, stirring well.
  • If you long for Markt's ham hock in an oddly smoky pea-and-asparagus soup, the coriander-and-leek-infused bouillon with mussels should charm more.
  • Add 3 cups hot water and bouillon to taste (or instead, add 3 cups hot broth), and the cheese rind.

Origin

mid 17th century: French, literally 'liquid in which something has boiled'.

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