- A small, coin-shaped piece of meat, usually lamb. Also called noisette or medallion.
- The term poivre mignonnette more commonly refers to coarsely ground white peppercorns.
- Historically, a mignonnette was a small cloth sachet filled with peppercorns and cloves, used to flavor soups and stews much in the way a Bouquet garni is used today.
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