Definition of tournedos in English:

tournedos

Line breaks: tour¦ne|dos
Pronunciation: /ˈtʊənədəʊ
 
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noun (plural same /-dəʊz/)

  • A small round thick cut from a fillet of beef.
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    • But if you miss out the first time, reorder the chef's impressively fluffy paella, or the beef tournedos, perfectly seared and peppery around the edges, in a Cabrales-cheese sauce.
    • Ms Maclaine ordered the 6oz tournedos of beef with a cauliflower purée and a veal and truffle dressing, topped with Sneem black pudding ravioli.
    • Among more hefty items, however, the chicken breast, set atop a pedestal of couscous, tasted unaccountably of mint syrup, and the beef tournedos I sampled were flavorful but a little dry.

Origin

French, from tourner 'to turn' + dos 'back'.

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