duxelles

noun
dux·​elles | \ ˌdük-ˈsel How to pronounce duxelles (audio) , (ˌ)dü-ˈsel\

Definition of duxelles

: a garnish or stuffing made especially of finely chopped sautéed mushrooms

First Known Use of duxelles

1877, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for duxelles

Louis Chalon du Blé, Marquis d'Uxelles †1658 French nobleman

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