Definition of brandade in English:

brandade

Syllabification: bran·dade
Pronunciation: /bränˈdäd
 
/

noun

A Provençal dish consisting of salt cod mixed into a puree with olive oil and milk.
More example sentences
  • But this sort of cooking defines itself by the multiplicity of its components, so there was also a dice of warmed smoked salmon and poached cucumber, bok choi, salt cod brandade and, on the side, a cup of tomato consommé.
  • Cod brandade, a dish that can have all sorts of creepy variations in Manhattan, was properly leavened with olive oil and whipped potatoes, and served with a basket of warm pita bread for dipping.
  • I had fillet of cod topped with an oyster fritter and served with smoked haddock brandade and cherry tomatoes poached in olive oil for €44.

Origin

French, from modern Provençal brandado, literally 'something that has been shaken'.

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