These strips of omelet, resembling noodles, form a tasty and attractive dressing for a fricandeau (veal stew) or a similar dish.
If a piece of udder can be procured, stew it with the fricandeau, and serve it in the same dish.
The garçon had taken away the fricandeau, and served us with poulet roti.
If served with fricandeau, veal sauté, or filet of beef, add the juices of the meat to the sauce.
They may also be larded like the fricandeau, and served in the same way, and with the like sauces, only less time in cooking.
The sea-beet and the Crambe maritima served for ordinary greens, and sorrel was always at hand for a fricandeau a l'oseille.
Would a well-baked omelette and a bit of fricandeau suit the gentlemen?
"There's fricandeau of veal, calf's-head collops, tripe à—" here she stopped short, confused at the shocking word.
"Try a little of that fricandeau," says Mrs. Snorter, with a kind smile.
Bring me some of this fricandeau with chiccory, waiter, and a pint of Beaune; fried potatoes too.