Grillade au Fenouil refers to fresh fish dish, in particular a classic Provencal dish which uses or requires fennel. In this dish sea bass, red mullet, or trout is grilled or flamed in brandy over a bed of dried fennel stalks and leaves and the only flavor of the fennel is the main seasoning. Fenouil which is the French word for "Fennel" is used as a seasoning herb in many styles of cooking, particularly in Europe where it is used in for culinary purposes, whether as stuffing, to flavor marinades, and many other uses. Language: French Ethnicity: French Most frequent country: France Most frequent region: Provence See places: French food and cuisine, Provençe

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