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milanaise

[ mil-uh-neyz; French mee-la-nez ]
/ ˌmɪl əˈneɪz; French mi laˈnɛz /
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adjective French Cooking.

served with macaroni, or sometimes spaghetti, that has been flavored with tomatoes, mushrooms, shredded meat, etc.: veal cutlets à la milanaise.

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Origin of milanaise

From French à la milanaise “in the style of Milan”
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