Brioche

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British pronunciation/bɹiːˈə‍ʊʃ/
American pronunciation/ˈbɹiɑʃ/, /ˌbɹiˈoʊʃ/
Brioche
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a slightly sweet bread of French origin, made with yeast dough that is shaped as small rolls

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What is "brioche"?

Brioche is a type of bread that is a staple in French cuisine and is known for its rich, buttery flavor and soft, fluffy texture. Brioche is typically made from a mixture of flour, eggs, butter, sugar, and yeast, which gives it its distinctive taste and texture. It is often served as a sweet breakfast pastry, such as with jam or chocolate spread, or as a savory sandwich bread, such as with ham and cheese. Brioche can also be used as a base for other baked goods, such as bread pudding or French toast. It is a versatile and delicious bread that is enjoyed in many cultures around the world and can be found in many grocery stores, bakeries, and cafes. Brioche can also be made at home using a variety of recipes and techniques, making it a fun and rewarding project for baking enthusiasts.

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