forcemeat

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Butter a pie dish and make little quenelles of the forcemeat.

The forcemeat did not prove nearly so nice as she had anticipated.

Pour in the sherry and lemon juice, and add the forcemeat balls.

If they are served with hare, the liver is chopped and mixed with the forcemeat.

To roast a small hen turkey or a pullet with batter, the bird must first be boned, and filled with forcemeat or stuffing.

Ten minutes before the soup is ready put in the forcemeat balls, and continue to skim the soup till it is taken off the fire.

Sweetbreads and tongues are the favourite materials for forcemeat.

If you bake salmon in slices, reserve the forcemeat for the outside.

The forcemeat can be used for fish timbales and stuffing for fish.

The stem is opened to admit the forcemeat, then pressed together again.

WORD ORIGIN

also force-meat, "mincemeat," 1680s, from force "to stuff," a variant of farce (q.v.) + meat.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FORCEMEAT

dressing

nouna food mixture
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