Definition of Bordelaise

1. Noun. Brown sauce with beef marrow and red wine.

Generic synonyms: Sauce



Definition of Bordelaise

1. Noun. (cooking) A brown sauce, having ingredients that include dry red wine and bone marrow ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bordelaise

borborigmus
borborygm
borborygmi
borborygmic
borborygms
borborygmus
borcarite
bord
bord service
bordage
bordages
bordar
bordars
borde
bordelaise (current term)
bordello
bordellos
bordels
border
border cells
border district
border molding
border movements
border of uterus
border on
border patrol
border patrolman

Literary usage of Bordelaise

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1. The History of North Atlantic Steam Navigation: With Some Account of Early by Henry Fry (1896)
"... Marsala, Taormina, and Sorrento ; The " Nouvelle Compagnie bordelaise," running the Chateau Lafitte and the Panama between Bordeaux and New York monthly ..."

2. The Book of Entrées by Thomas Jefferson Murrey (1886)
"Chicken, Saute, Sauce bordelaise.—Singe, draw, and disjoint a medium-sized chicken; put into a large frying-pan an ounce of butter, add the chicken, ..."

3. The Gastronomic Regenerator: A Simplified and Entirely New System of Cookery by Alexis Soyer (1847)
"... a la bordelaise. Proceed exactly as above, but filling them with the following sauce (instead of the sauce there mentioned): peel thirty large button ..."

4. The Murrey Collection of Cookery Books by Thomas Jefferson Murrey (1895)
"Steak, Sirloin; Sauce bordelaise.- -Select a steak cut from the best part of the sirloin ; trim it neatly ; rub a little oil over it, and broil over a ..."

5. The Steward's Handbook and Guide to Party Catering by Jessup Whitehead (1903)
"bordelaise COOKERY — Bordeaux has long been renowned as the headquarters of good cheer. Paris may have boasted of a larger number of first-class restaurants ..."

6. The Practical Hotel Steward by John Tellman (1913)
"1 SO " bordelaise 1 25 Fresh deviled Crab mut (2) In shell Fresh Crab Rakes. Maryland. In chafing dish Steak» Small Tenderloin, bordelaise for one 1 10 ..."

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