- From French. (Wiktionary)
“In classic French cookery, the term rillettes refers to meat cooked in its own fat and juices, much like a confit.”
“Remove the rillettes from the refrigerator about an hour before you plan to eat them.”
“His schoolmates would relish deliveries of special sausages called rillettes and chunks of pork fried in its own fat, called rillons .”
“The entire meal was delicious, but the rillettes were a revelation.”
“The rillettes were a revelation, how could something so simple taste so good?”
“The rillettes was the perfect temperature—still cold, but soft enough to spread on the accompanying nutty Ak-Mak crackers.”
“My wife, who is French, indicated that this method of cooking pork reminded her a little of the preparation of "rillettes" in France which is pork and pork fat cooked in the oven without the lard until it becomes something akin to a mush.”
“rillettes" and "rillons" was the chief feature of their mid-day meal, between the early breakfast and the parent's dinner, which was ready when we returned from school.”
“In addition to being a wonderful butcher shop, they also have an amazing array of smoked meats, beef jerky seasoned with an addictive mix of star anise and red chile, delicious terrines and rillettes, and fresh lard and stocks.”
“Scoop out the cooked potato, mash with the rillettes and pile back into the potato skin and bake until the top crisps.”
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