Re: How do you pronounce "clafoutis" ?>(Nancree)
>That's it--how do you pronounce it, please. If it is French, it would be "cla-foo-tee", but
>otherwise, just the way it looks??
clafouti [kla-foo-TEE] Originally from the Limousin region, this country-French dessert is made by
topping a layer of fresh fruit with batter. After baking it's served hot, sometimes with cream. Some
clafoutis have a cakelike topping while others are more like a pudding. Though cherries are
traditional, any fruit such as plums, peaches or pears can be used.
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