en paysanne, paysanne
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‘En paysanne’ is a technique of cutting vegetables such as courgettes, potatoes, cabbage and so on, into small squares. ‘Paysanne’ is the French word for a ‘peasant woman’.
You will also come across the term ‘à la paysanne‘ which means ‘in the style of the peasant woman’, and which refers to braised dishes which contain vegetables. The vegetables do not have to be diced into squares for dishes ‘à la paysanne’.
Other ways to cut vegetables are:
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