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sabayon


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French borrowed the word sabayon from Italian zabaglione, and the concept too: it is a sweet confection made from whipped egg yolks and wine. A fashionable late twentieth-century application of it was as a sauce for fruit, flashed briefly under the grill.

The word sabayon is also used for a sort of whipped-cream sauce served with fish.

Subjects: Cookery, Food, and Drink.


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