Bordelaise

[ bawr-dl-eyz; French bawr-duh-lez ]
/ ˌbɔr dlˈeɪz; French bɔr dəˈlɛz /

noun

a brown sauce flavored with red wine and shallots and garnished with poached marrow and parsley.

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Also called Bordelaise sauce .

Origin of Bordelaise

<French, feminine of bordelais of Bordeaux, equivalent to Bordel- Bordeaux + -ais-ese
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Bordelaise
/ (ˌbɔːdəˈleɪz, French bɔrdəlɛz) /

adjective

cookery denoting a brown sauce flavoured with red wine and sometimes mushrooms

Word Origin for Bordelaise

French: of Bordeaux
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