chiffonade

(redirected from chiffonnade)

chif·fo·nade

 (shĭf′ə-nād′, -näd′)
n.
Herbs or vegetables cut into thin strips or shreds, often sprinkled onto a dish as a garnish.

[French, from chiffonner, to rumple, crumple, from chiffon, rag, scrap of cloth; see chiffon.]

chiffonade

(ˌʃɪfəˈnɑːd)
n
(Cookery) finely shredded leaf vegetables used as a base for a dish or as a garnish

chiffonade

A garnish of shredded lettuce, spinach and sorrel.
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The gaspacho andalou came with a rocket chantilly and a hunk of croton with a deep green pistou; aromatic chiffonnade of melon was served with fine Teruel ham from Spain.