Pâté

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Various pâtés

Pâté is a mixture of ground or pureed meat and fat. "Pâté" means "paste" in French. Pâté can be in the form of a meatloaf or a spread that can be put onto bread with a knife.

Pâté is very popular in French cooking.

Types[change | change source]

Foie gras is a famous type of Pâté made from the livers of ducks and geese.