coulibiac

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cou·li·biac

 (ko͞o-lē-byäk′)
n.
A dish consisting usually of salmon or other fish baked with rice, mushrooms, and eggs in a brioche or shell of puff pastry.

[French koulibiak, from Russian kulebyaka, of unknown origin.]

coulibiac

(ˌkuːlɪˈbjɑːk)
n
another name for koulibiaca
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The new additions are two Coulibiacs, created by the chef Lenotre: Coulibiac de Saumon and Coulibiac de Sole.
Ranging from family to individual packs, new salted products include: an 800g Coulibiac de Poisson Blanc, featuring a traditional recipe made of fish, rice and hard-boiled eggs; a 160g Tarte Feuilletee Fromagere, which is based on Swiss and parmesan cheese; an 80g Feuillantine de Poisson.