à la provençale
à la provencale
Definition of à la provençale
: prepared in the style of Provence typically with garlic and olive oil … a chicken sautéed in oil with garlic and tomato, garnished with fried eggs and the crayfish. It was really a turn on chicken à la provençale, with eggs and crayfish added. — Raymond A. Sokolov, The Cook’s Canon, 2003
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Origin and Etymology of à la provençale
borrowed from French, “in the Provençal manner”
First Known Use: 1733See Words from the same year
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