- n. Plural form of croustade.
“Oeufs Berlioz: Make some oval croustades from Duchesse potato mixture, and brown them in the oven.”
“Fill the croustades with a salpiçon of truffles and mushrooms blended with a thick Madiera sauce.”
“As already learned, _croustades_ are cases made from large pieces of bread that are cut any desired shape, hollowed out, and then toasted in a hot oven or on a broiler or fried in deep fat until crisp.”
“For instance, a vegetable prepared with a sauce is frequently served in patty shells, timbale cases, or croustades.”
“Peas prepared in this way may be served plain, but they can be made very attractive by serving them in croustades, as shown in”
“Serve in timbale cases, or upon croustades of bread.”
“Les filets de volaille à la concordat -- les croustades de truffe garniés de foies à la royale, le faison étoffe à la”
“New York cheese plate (four cheeses, pickles, fig cake, croustades), $18; Peconic Bay oysters, $15 a dozen (Saturdays only, through October).”
“The Kitchen Diva serves up roasted vegetable croustades”
“If using a baguette instead of pretoasted croustades, bake the bread slices in a”
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