Beurre noisette

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Roasted halibut and vegetables with beurre noisette sauce

Beurre noisette is a type of warm sauce used in French cuisine.

It is clarified butter cooked for long enough for the milk proteins to caramelize and almost burn. This produces a nutty flavor. It is also used in French pastry.[1]

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  1. "Smoked trout and chive souffle omelette with lemon beurre noisette". Gourmet Traveller. Retrieved 19 November 2015.