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  • As I watch Derek expertly finely dice the mushrooms then cook them off, add cream and season to make a sauce called a duxelle, I ask him if cooking up a bag of random ingredients was anything like Masterchef.

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  • Like Simon and Lindsey, she uses a chopped shallot in her duxelle, which gives a pleasant sweetness – Delia opts for an onion instead, which provokes a storm of protest amongst the panel.

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  • Brush all over with egg, and then spread with the cream duxelle mixture.

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  • Moroccan lamb meatballs, halibut and shrimp cakes with romesco, brioche panini with fontina and truffle oil, roasted pepper and Serrano ham, fried risotto balls, tuna tartare with chermoula on toast, fried polenta with mushroom duxelle.

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  • The basic one, across all the restaurants, calls for mushroom duxelle and at least seven local, seasonal vegetables.

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  • Make a mushromm duxelle by cooking mushrooms in butter until they are dry add some pinon nuts add cream salt white pepper and cilantro if you like.

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  • To these, I would add 8 ounces of fresh button mushrooms, minced finely – as if I were making duxelle.

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  • Tres Croquetas Cremosas: Jamón, Pollo y Setas Three creamy croquettes: Serrano ham, chicken and mushrooms: the chicken had an aroma of fennel seeds, almost like Italian sweet sausage, the mushroom was the flavor of a good duxelle, and the ham was more about the creaminess of whipped potato, each on a complimentary sauce.

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  • At Fontaine de Mars I enjoyed them roasted on a duxelle of mushrooms finely chopped, sautéed with herbs and finished with cream.

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  • Served with a roasted partridge stuffed with mushroom duxelle, roasted root vegetables and fondant potatoes.

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  • A mix of mushrooms and herbs used as a flavour element in sauces, stuffings, etc or as a garnish.

    Duxelles is said to have been created by the 17th-century French chef François Pierre La Varenne (1615–1678) and to have been named after his employer, Nicolas Chalon du Blé, marquis d'Uxelles

    I only came across this word because I'm a raging vegan and hence I read restaurants' descriptions of their dishes far, far too closely!

    November 21, 2007