Definitions for "Bouquet garni"
Keywords:  thyme, parsley, cheesecloth, stew, bay
A bunch of herbs—usually parsley, thyme and bay leaf—that are tied together and used to flavor soups, stews and broths. Remember to remove the bouquet garni before serving the dish
A bunch of herbs tied together or placed in a cheesecloth to flavor soups, stews and broths. The classic trio is parsley, thyme and bay leaf. Tie the bouquet garni string to the pot handle for easy removal of the herbs.
a combination of herbs, usually thyme, parsley and bay leaf, used to flavour soups, stocks, stews, etc. The herbs are often tied together with a string or enclosed in a piece of cheesecloth for easy removal.