variants: or less commonly concassé
Definition of concasse
: food that has been roughly chopped Dessert was warm chocolate souffle torte with strawberry-mint concasse, toasted macadamia nut dust and malted Kahlua crema.— Scott A. Johnson … Thai sweet potato boats topped with avocado and tofu concasse.— Mark Taylor especially : vegetables (such as tomatoes) that have been peeled, seeded, and diced The chicken is tender, the tomato concasse with basil is hearty, and the rice is rich. — Jennifer McLaine This quick summer soup is as versatile as minestrone. Finely diced green peppers, minced leeks, minced green beans and a fresh tomato concasse are all delicious additions. — Perla Meyers
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