a brown sauce flavored with red wine and shallots and garnished with poached marrow and parsley.
- Also called Bordelaise sauce .
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How to use Bordelaise in a sentence
While our whaleboat shot across the Bordelaise Channel pursued by a brisk breeze, Ugh!White Shadows in the South Seas | Frederick O'Brien
If you are there in the autumn, don't forget to order Cèpes à la Bordelaise.The Gourmet's Guide to Europe | Algernon Bastard
To seek fish recipes, of such savory sound as those for "broiled redsnapper," "shrimps Bordelaise," and "baked fish croquettes."Modern Essays | John Macy
The well-known Bordelaise sauce is simply Spanish sauce with the addition of white wine and shallots.Choice Cookery | Catherine Owen
Oysters, clams, sweetbread, chicken or turkey may be served à la Bordelaise or Bechamel.Salads, Sandwiches and Chafing-Dish Dainties | Janet McKenzie Hill
British Dictionary definitions for Bordelaise
cookery denoting a brown sauce flavoured with red wine and sometimes mushrooms
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