Ingredients cut into small dice, mainly fruits and vegetables. The term brunoise describes the technique of cutting vegetables (carrots, celery, leek, mushrooms, etc.) into 1–5-mm dice. This lets them give off all of their aroma and flavor. Brunoise is a technique used in making soups and forcemeats, but it is also used for preparing garnishes to accompany fish, meat, and game dishes.
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