English version

bouquet garni

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbouquet garnibouquet gar‧ni /ˌbuːkeɪ ˈɡɑːni $ -ɡɑːrˈniː/ noun (plural bouquets garnis) [countable]  a small bag full of herbs that you put into food that you are cooking to give it a special taste
Examples from the Corpus
bouquet garniAdd stock, bouquet garni, tomatoes, and browned rabbit and bring to a boil.The air was warm with the scent of hot fish stock, bouquet garni.Add the bouquet garni and apple juice.Remove the bouquet garni from the casserole, stir in the jelly and arrowroot.A traditional bouquet garni mixture blends thyme with sage, parsley, bay, and oregano.
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