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tartare

[tahr-tahr] /tɑrˈtɑr/
adjective
1.
(especially of fish) finely chopped and served raw (used postpositively):
salmon tartare.
Origin of tartare
extracted from steak tartare
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  • Garnish with coral and parsley, and serve with tartare sauce (see Sauces).

    The Skilful Cook Mary Harrison
  • If the salmon is served cold, the tartare sauce is poured over it.

    The Skilful Cook Mary Harrison
  • Lay a stratum on the dish, and anoint the stratum with tartare sauce.

    Cakes & Ale Edward Spencer
  • Dress on a napkin, and serve with tartare or Barnaise sauce.

    The Century Cook Book Mary Ronald
  • Serve with an olive, Barnaise, tartare, or any sauce preferred.

    The Century Cook Book Mary Ronald
  • Serve at once with a garnish of chopped pickles, and tartare sauce.

    The Story of Crisco Marion Harris Neil
  • Dress the smelts on a folded napkin, and serve with Mayonnaise or with tartare sauce.

    The Century Cook Book Mary Ronald
  • Dress on a napkin and serve with Mayonnaise, tartare sauce, or quarters of lemon.

    The Century Cook Book Mary Ronald
  • Remove the skewer carefully, and serve with rmoulade, tartare, or tomato sauce.

    The Century Cook Book Mary Ronald
  • Scoop out the centres of the artichokes and fill with mayonnaise, or with ravigote, tartare or tyrolienne sauce.

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