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brioche

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, dish
briochebri‧oche /ˈbriːɒʃ, briːˈəʊʃ $ briːˈoʊʃ, -ˈɒːʃ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFFa type of sweet bread made with flour, eggs, and butter
Examples from the Corpus
briochePlump as a brioche, with twisted arms and claw legs.Make a brioche in this Silicone non-stick Master Baker from Prestige, price £4.69.Meatloaf on a brioche roll anyone?Place a brioche heart or circle on top of each one, sift over the icing sugar, if using, and serve immediately.Cut the brioche trimmings into small cubes.If you have a heart-shaped biscuit cutter, cut out hearts from the brioche slices; otherwise, make six circles.
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