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panada

[ puh-nah-duh, -ney- ]
/ pəˈnɑ də, -ˈneɪ- /
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noun
a thick sauce or paste made with breadcrumbs, milk, and seasonings, often served with roast wild fowl or meat.
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Origin of panada

First recorded in 1590–1600; from Spanish, equivalent to pan- “bread” (from Latin pānis ) + -ada noun suffix; see -ade1 (def. 1)
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British Dictionary definitions for panada

panada
/ (pəˈnɑːdə) /

noun
a mixture of flour, water, etc, or of breadcrumbs soaked in milk, used as a thickening

Word Origin for panada

C16: from Spanish, from pan bread, from Latin pānis
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