Definition of girolle in English:

girolle

Syllabification: gi·rolle
Pronunciation: /ZHiˈräl
 
/

noun (plural girolles pronunc. same )

A chanterelle mushroom: [as modifier]: roasted leg of wild rabbit in a girolle sauce
More example sentences
  • Angela invites me to spend a day at the Connaught where I am allowed to gut partridges, prep beef and veal fillets and trim girolles.
  • I love wild mushrooms and in particular, chanterelles (or girolles in French).
  • There is also a Menu Gourmand featuring onion ice cream with balsamic vinegar, and roasted Bresse pigeon with girolles and baby onion.

Origin

French.

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