[es-puh n-yohl, -pan-; French e-spa-nyawl]
Origin of espagnole
1835–45; < French: literally, Spanish
Also called espagnole sauce.
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Examples from the Web for espagnole
For piquante sauce No 2, to two cupfuls of Espagnole sauce add capers and pickles.The Century Cook Book
These must be added to one third the quantity of Espagnole, or Spanish sauce, given in the foregoing recipe.Choice Cookery
Cook for half an hour over a hot fire, turn the salmon occasionally, and if it gets dry, add a cup of Espagnole sauce.
If you like, leave out the risotto and serve the veal with Espagnole sauce mixed with cooked peas and chopped truffle.
Make the sauce from the bones and cuttings of the birds, add six spoonfuls of Espagnole sauce and a glass of Marsala.Dressed Game and Poultry la Mode
Harriet A. de Salis