- a thick sauce or paste made with bread crumbs, milk, and seasonings, often served with roast wild fowl or meat.
Origin of panada
1590–1600; < Spanish, equivalent to pan- bread (< Latin pānis) + -ada -ade1
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The Orientale was by comparison as quiet and deserted as the Panada was crowded and noisy.
No matter whether we got there early or late, the Panada was always full.
All were soiled at the Panada—the waiters, the artists, and the linen.
The Panada was more or less organised for the convenience of artists.
They were dejected from want of variety: there was no uncertainty in the Panada as to tips.
- a mixture of flour, water, etc, or of breadcrumbs soaked in milk, used as a thickening
C16: from Spanish, from pan bread, from Latin pānis
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