See also: brulée

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brûlée ‎(plural brûlées)

  1. Synonym of crème brûlée
    • 2013, Philip Howard, The Square: Sweet (page 131)
      Cook four extra brûlées to allow for casualties when turning them out []
    • 2009, Grady Spears, ‎June Naylor, ‎Kelly Frazier, Cooking the Cowboy Way
      Use a chef's torch to lightly brown the tops of the brûlées, or place them under a hot broiler for just a couple of minutes []

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brûlée ‎(third-person singular simple present brûlées, present participle brûléeing, simple past and past participle brûléed)

  1. (cooking, transitive) To create a sugary crust on (food), using a chef's torch.

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brûlée

  1. feminine singular of brûlé

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brûlée f ‎(plural brûlées)

  1. thrashing

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