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sabayon

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Pronunciation: /ˈsabʌɪjɒ̃
 
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Definition of sabayon in English:

noun

French term for zabaglione. [mass noun]: quince compote with sabayon [as modifier]: sabayon sauce [count noun]: he once poured a bottle of very fine Champagne into a sabayon
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  • Leaving the door open, brown the top of the sabayon, rotating the tart if necessary for even color; do not leave the oven - this will happen in a few seconds.
  • In the restaurant, we sometimes brown a sabayon sauce with a blow torch to just caramelise it.
  • We finished with French farmhouse cheeses and a warm pear tart with Williamine sabayon and bitter chocolate ice cream.

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