Definition of Blanquette

1. n. A white fricassee.



Definition of Blanquette

1. Noun. A seafood or meat stew in white sauce. ¹

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Definition of Blanquette

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blanquette

blankets
blanketweed
blankety
blankie
blankies
blanking
blankings
blankity
blankly
blankness
blanknesses
blanks
blanky
blanquet
blanquets
blanquette (current term)
blanquettes
blanquillo
blanquillos
blanscue
blare
blare out
blared
blares
blarg
blaring
blarings
blarmed
blarney
blarneyed

Literary usage of Blanquette

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1. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"blanquette of Veal. Reheat two cups cold roast veal, cut in small strips, in one and one-half cups White Sauce I. Serve in a potato border and sprinkle over ..."

2. Mrs. Gilpin's Frugalities: Remnants and 200 Ways of Using Them by Susan Anna Brown (1883)
"blanquette Dijon.—Half a cupful of cooked ham, chopped very fine ; one cupful and a half of cold veal, cut in thin bits as large as a quarter of a dollar. ..."

3. The Practice of Cookery: Adapted to the Business of Every Day Life by Dalgairns (1830)
"blanquette of Palates of Beef. Boir. in weak broth or water, six or eight nicely clean.. ed beef palates, and when the black skin will easily peel ..."

4. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"blanquette of Veal. Reheat two cups cold roast veal, cut in small strips, in one and one-half cups White Sauce I. Serve in a potato border and sprinkle over ..."

5. Mrs. Gilpin's Frugalities: Remnants and 200 Ways of Using Them by Susan Anna Brown (1883)
"blanquette Dijon.—Half a cupful of cooked ham, chopped very fine ; one cupful and a half of cold veal, cut in thin bits as large as a quarter of a dollar. ..."

6. The Practice of Cookery: Adapted to the Business of Every Day Life by Dalgairns (1830)
"blanquette of Palates of Beef. Boir. in weak broth or water, six or eight nicely clean.. ed beef palates, and when the black skin will easily peel ..."

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