Chemiser refers to French culinary term for coating the inside of a pan mould with aspic or ice cream, or to line or coat with grease-proof paper or something similar to prevent the food from sticking so that the contents can be easily unmoulded "en chemise " .

Chemiser is the French word which literally means to coat with aspic jelly.

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