Demi-glace Definition

dĕmē-glăs
demiglace
noun
A rich brown sauce made from beef stock that is cooked slowly with wine until reduced to half its original volume: it is served with meat or used as a base for other sauces.
Webster's New World

Alternative spelling of demiglace.

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Origin of Demi-glace

  • French demi- demi- (from demi half) (from Old French demi-) glace glaze, heavily reduced sauce (from Old French ice glacier)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

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