Definition of avgolemono
: a soup or sauce made with chicken stock, egg yolks, and lemon juice
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By Ellie Krieger, Special To The Washington Post A Greek avgolemono sauce is a reminder of the simple wonder of cooking.
It is called avgolemono: a broth of chicken thickened with whisked egg and lemon and fortified with rice and spinach.
A cup of hearty avgolemono soup ($3; made with chicken, eggs, lemon and rice) will definitely warm you up on a chilly day.
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Origin and Etymology of avgolemono
Modern Greek augolemono, from augo egg + lemoni lemon
First Known Use: 1950See Words from the same year
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