Home-Style Terrine with Prunes

Terrine Maison aux Pruneaux

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French Classics Made Easy

French Classics Made Easy

By Richard Grausman

Published 2011

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THIS TERRINE is a good all-purpose recipe that can serve as a guide for numerous variations. You can use different meats or different flavoring and decorative ingredients (see “Terrines Variées”). Note that terrines need to be made at least a day in advance of serving, and optimally two to three days ahead.

Although this is a typical terrine, it differs from most in its fat content. Most recipes call for the baking mold to be lined with thin s