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Terrine recipes

Game terrine

Game terrine

By Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

Terrines can be made of minced meat such as game or poultry, or seafood or vegetables. The mixture is packed into a rectangular dish (sometimes also called a terrine) and cooked in a bain-marie. Sweet terrines can also be made from fruit.

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Light meals & snacks

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