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  • n. Alternative spelling of bouillon.

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Examples

  • Even so, after each 8 oz I dipped a damp finger in a container of granulated chicken bouillion and stuck in my mouth to counteract thetaste.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Public Service Announcement:

  • Well, maybe not that small — and unlike bouillion cubes which are really just MSG cubes, roasted red peppers are naturally intenseand smoky in taste.

    Home-Jarred Roasted Red Peppers

  • Put them in a little covered casserole, pour the bouillion over them to cover.

    Toast:

  • (Lipscomb ordered a root beer float, Donovan beef bouillion.)

    The End Came in Sudden Death

  • And I've never looked for ham bouillion, but I'm sure it's available here in San Diego.

    White Bean and Ham Soup with Chard

  • And although the directions on the stuffing package called for too little liquid and I ran out of bouillion and there were still crunchy pieces in places, everyone seemed to like it.

    a belated holiday dinner « Dyepot, Teapot

  • Poach a couple of chicken breasts in a big pot or deep skillet, with a little water and chicken bouillion.

    chicken & sausage soup

  • Add the garlic and bouillion cube and stir so that you break up the cube.

    Havana Salsa

  • She makes decent beef vegetable soup, but everything she cooks is bland to my palate, so I've been tossing in extra seasonings when her back is turned--a little bouillion flavoring, a little thyme, some extra pepper.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Last Monday, for dinner, I took the leftover Sunday beef roast, threw it in a pot with some bouillion, added half a jar of homemade tomato juice, and a good dose of sherry.

    Archive 2006-07-01

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