étouffée


étouf·fée

noun \ˌā-tü-ˈfā\

Definition of ÉTOUFFÉE

:  a Cajun stew of shellfish or chicken served over rice

Variants of ÉTOUFFÉE

étouf·fée also etouf·fee \ˌā-tü-ˈfā\

Origin of ÉTOUFFÉE

Louisiana French, from French à l'étouffée braised
First Known Use: circa 1933

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