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Explanation: i think you could also use
gratinate. look at this preparation: Soak the beens overnight, next day cook them
with the chopped garlic, ham and sausage. Put the pork
and mutton in a pan together with chopped onions, add the
bay leaf, the bunch of herbs and bake in hot lard. After that
mix all this with the cooked beans. Stir the tomato pulp and
spices under this food. When the cassoulet is done, put it in
a heat-restistant bowl and strew with bread crumbs and small pats
of butter and gratinate this for ten minutes in a baking oven.
Afterwards stir the film on top under the food, strew again with bread
crumbs and small pats of butter, gratinate again. Repeat this
procedure a third time.
Explanation: Non e' probabile che la parola Gratinate l'hanno semplicemente lasciata in Italiano?????
Non ho mai sentito questo termine in inglese,ma per curiosita' ho controllato vari dizionari e nessuno riporta questo termine.Au Gratin e' il termine usato,almeno qui negli States.Ciao Lina.