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ganache

Syllabification: ga·nache
Pronunciation: /ɡəˈnaSH
 
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Definition of ganache in English:

noun

A whipped filling of chocolate and cream, used in desserts such as cakes and truffles.
Example sentences
  • Its gentle tang also complements sweets beautifully; use it instead of cream in dark chocolate ganache or whip it and spoon it over cake.
  • Hazelnut dacquoise, a milk chocolate thin with praline, and chocolate ganache.
  • I wanted a chocolate cake that would rise high enough to fill the cubic dessert containers prettily, and I wanted to glaze the servings with a dark chocolate ganache, to make them black and shiny.

Origin

French.

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