from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A sauce made with onions or onion purée.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A béchamel-based sauce containing strained or puréed onions.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A sauce made of white onions and melted butter mixed with velouté sauce.
- n. A kind of cravat worn by men in the late 18th century.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cravat of a fashion worn by men toward the close of the eighteenth century.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. veloute sauce with sauteed chopped onions and whipping cream
Go for the galette soubise (onions cooked in muscadet) and crêpe pomme maison flambée au calvados – your palate (and wallet) will be forever grateful.
The book of the feted Sydney restaurant features dishes such as "slow braised Berkshire pig jowl, maltose crackling, prunes, soubise cream perfumed with prune kernel oil" and another that uses 20 varieties of radish and turnip.
Each dinner sounded more delectable than the one before: roasted local grass-fed goat loin chops with farro-spinach salad and sweet onion soubise, kombu cured fluke with yuzu, brown butter, wakame and preserved nori, a dinner ...
Each dinner sounded more delectable than the one before: roasted local grass-fed goat loin chops with farro-spinach salad and sweet onion soubise, kombu cured fluke with yuzu, brown butter, wakame and preserved nori, a dinner with a puppetry theatre accompaniment, an Argentinian asado of grilled offal, a backyard barbecue of grilled flank steak with chimicurri and chorizo.
His address was followed by a standing ovation and three-course dinner of filet medallions topped with onion soubise and complimented by a sweet pepper and drambuie sauce with chocolate
Pour this round the dish and put the soubise sauce in the centre.
Pound three quarters of a pound of chicken, veal or rabbit until quite smooth, then pound one half pound of panada (bread soaked in hot milk), and mix the two together, add two tablespoonfuls of thick soubise sauce, an ounce and a quarter butter, two tablespoons sherry, a little pepper and salt and three whole eggs.
The meal itself had but slight pretensions to elegance; there were neither vol au vents, nor croquettes; neither were there poulets aux truffes, nor cotelletes a la soubise but in their place stood a lordly fish of some five-and-twenty pounds weight,
Main courses can include suckling pig with a chunk of loin and a hunk of belly on a bed of huckleberry soubise, with chickpeas and a foamy walnut emulsion; or beef cheeks slow cooked for days and served with chewy cuttlefish, with garlic pesto and roasted peppers.
Whisknladle pan roasted sea bass, green garlic soubise, artichokes & kumquats