Recent Examples of bouillon from the Web
Drizzle a tablespoon of lobster bouillon over couscous circle and another over lobster.
That salty, nutty mix of rice and toasted orzo along with its accompanying paper flavor pack of onion, garlic, and bouillon.
Add just enough stock, broth or bouillon to cover the chicken.
The gown was accented in gold appliques with lace, bugle beads and crystals with the bottom trimmed with bouillon gold lace and sprinkled with aurora borealis stones.
The rice below is good enough to stand alone, springy and rich from steaming in chicken bouillon and olive oil, with an accent mark of salt.
Those weirdly light bricks of curly noodles, with their foil packet of bouillon, salt and MSG, are to be found in the cupboards of college students, harried parents and office workers everywhere.
Add soy sauce, bouillon, bay leaf, rosemary, thyme and parsley.
Poaching lets them absorb the flavors from the poaching liquid, which is called court bouillon in fancy French cooking and typically uses wine, but her version uses tequila or rum.
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Origin and Etymology of bouillon
First Known Use: 1656See Words from the same year
BOUILLON Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bouillon for English Language Learners
: a clear liquid in which meat, chicken, fish, or vegetables have been cooked and which is eaten as soup or used to make sauces
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