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Sachet d’Épices

A Sachet d’Épices is a small cheesecloth sack containing herbs and spices used to add flavour to stocks. Translates literally to “bag of spices” in French. It is often referred to simply as a sachet.

A Sachet d'Épices

A Sachet d’Épices

Common items included in a sachet d’épices are:

  • dried thyme
  • parsley stems
  • bay leaf
  • whole peppercorns
  • whole cloves

These ingredients are tied inside a piece of cheesecloth, which is then suspended in the simmering stock at the end of a length of cooking twine, so that it can be easily retrieved.

Refer to Bouquet Garni also.

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