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Panade (aka Panada/Panado): the dish


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I'm having taxonomy problems.  How does this panade differ from what North Americans call a dressing/stuffing (other than being cooked outside the bird)?

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5 hours ago, gfweb said:

I'm having taxonomy problems.  How does this panade differ from what North Americans call a dressing/stuffing (other than being cooked outside the bird)?

I became very curious about the use of the word panade to describe the dish linked above.I think in my own mind the difference between that, stuffing/dressing and a savoury bread pudding are as much in the mind of the creator of the dish as anything else. I guess the ingredients also define which of the above it becomes or if it evolves into a breakfast casserole (strata)! Calling Carl Linnaeus. 

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41 minutes ago, Anna N said:

I became very curious about the use of the word panade to describe the dish linked above.I think in my own mind the difference between that, stuffing/dressing and a savoury bread pudding are as much in the mind of the creator of the dish as anything else. I guess the ingredients also define which of the above it becomes or if it evolves into a breakfast casserole (strata)! Calling Carl Linnaeus. 

 Hmmm.

Bread pudding would have eggs even if a savory one?

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1 hour ago, gfweb said:

 Hmmm.

Bread pudding would have eggs even if a savory one?

Cannot guarantee that all of them do but this one does.

Savoury bread pudding
 

And this one.

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Anna Nielsen aka "Anna N"

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23 hours ago, gfweb said:

I'm having taxonomy problems.  How does this panade differ from what North Americans call a dressing/stuffing (other than being cooked outside the bird)?

In the case of the one that I make, it is a much wetter consistency and vastly different ingredients. I don't have my recipes on this Chromebook, but the panade I make is much like this one, though mine has more wine. https://relish.com/recipes/86770/spinach-and-mushroom-panade

 

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1 hour ago, Maison Rustique said:

In the case of the one that I make, it is a much wetter consistency and vastly different ingredients. I don't have my recipes on this Chromebook, but the panade I make is much like this one, though mine has more wine. https://relish.com/recipes/86770/spinach-and-mushroom-panade

 

Proof that not all require eggs!

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