coeur de cabillaud

English translation: cod loin

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French term or phrase:coeur de cabillaud
English translation:cod loin
Entered by: Yana Dovgopol

09:27 Aug 2, 2018
French to English translations [PRO]
Cooking / Culinary / Part of a recipe
French term or phrase: coeur de cabillaud
pour cette recette on a besoin d'un coeur de cabillaud...On va confire les coeurs de cabillaud donc c'est une dizaine de minutes à 70° et il ne faut surtout pas que le coeur de cabillaud soit trop cuit
Carla Selyer
Local time: 08:41
Centre-cut cod fillet
Explanation:
Filets de coeur de cabillaud.

Or center-cut for US English.

"Cod loin" is also used.

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https://market.carrefour.eu/fr/recette/coeur-de-cabillaud-ro...

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Note added at 3 hrs (2018-08-02 12:47:17 GMT)
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I guess "cod steak" would be another option, but preceded by "centre-cut" to ensure the idea of "coeur" was translated.



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Note added at 3 hrs (2018-08-02 12:58:25 GMT)
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Here is a chef preparing a "loin" :
https://www.greatbritishchefs.com/how-to-cook/how-to-skin-a-...

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Note added at 6 hrs (2018-08-02 15:32:22 GMT)
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Yes, I suppose Tony is right, better to avoid "steak" as it could be taken to mean a darne.
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Mark Nathan
France
Local time: 08:41
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Thank you so much.
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4 +2Centre-cut cod fillet
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Centre-cut cod fillet


Explanation:
Filets de coeur de cabillaud.

Or center-cut for US English.

"Cod loin" is also used.

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Note added at 3 hrs (2018-08-02 12:44:47 GMT)
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https://market.carrefour.eu/fr/recette/coeur-de-cabillaud-ro...

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Note added at 3 hrs (2018-08-02 12:47:17 GMT)
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I guess "cod steak" would be another option, but preceded by "centre-cut" to ensure the idea of "coeur" was translated.



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Note added at 3 hrs (2018-08-02 12:58:25 GMT)
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Here is a chef preparing a "loin" :
https://www.greatbritishchefs.com/how-to-cook/how-to-skin-a-...

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Note added at 6 hrs (2018-08-02 15:32:22 GMT)
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Yes, I suppose Tony is right, better to avoid "steak" as it could be taken to mean a darne.


    https://www.nytimes.com/1996/06/30/nyregion/cod-when-roasted-is-moist-and-tasty.html
Mark Nathan
France
Local time: 08:41
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Thank you so much.
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Tony M: Though 'cod loin' is really 'dos de cabillaud' — I think this 'cœur' must be a subset of that? / 'steak' is not a good idea, really, as it tends to connote 'darne'.
14 mins
  -> Yes, depending on the size of the loin, you might get two or three "coeurs". Or perhaps only one, given that cod are apparently getting smaller, as they get overfished. // Perhaps, I just don't really like "loin of cod".

neutral  philgoddard: I think you need French references - your English one doesn't prove that this is the right answer.
1 hr
  -> See note

agree  B D Finch
6 hrs
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