Ask Lévana: What is a Terrine?
Posted on 26th of May, 2014 by Lévana
The term terrine can cover a number of different preparations. All of these preparations have one thing in common – they are made in a large loaf pan. Most commonly, a terrine is a baked meat- or fish-loaf item. A dessert terrine can imply a frozen dessert, molded in the pan and inverted and sliced for serving. A vegetable terrine can be a layered dish, such as grilled vegetables and feta cheese, placed in the pan under pressure. Unmolded and sliced, this terrine makes a dramatic side-dish.