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Is aiguillettes de poulet vegan?

Aiguillettes de poulet is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is aiguillettes de poulet?

Aiguillettes de poulet are thin strips of boneless chicken breast that make for a versatile and tasty ingredient in numerous dishes. These tender, juicy cuts are known for their delicate texture and mild flavor, making them an ideal choice for those who prefer lighter and more subtle meat options. Whether grilled, sautéed or stir-fried, they can be easily seasoned with herbs and spices to suit a wide range of culinary preferences. Aiguillettes de poulet are a popular ingredient in French cuisine, but have gained popularity worldwide due to their exceptional taste and versatility.

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