Definition of brioche
: light slightly sweet bread made with a rich yeast dough
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First up is the duck's liver, cooked in the liquor for the blood sauce and spread across brioche -- richness incarnate.
Without butter there would be no brioche, croissants or the best pie crust your grandma ever tasted.
Scraps or the rest of the brioche dough can be given a savory treatment; see the VARIATIONS, below.
The two are widely considered trailblazers in bread, offering everything from a coriander and fennel-seed sourdough to a savory-sweet brioche made with koji, the starter used to ferment miso and soy sauce.
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: a light, sweet type of bread
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