bordelaise sauce

noun, often capitalized B bor·de·laise sauce \ ˈbȯr-dᵊl-ˈāz- \

Definition of bordelaise sauce

: a sauce consisting of stock thickened with roux and flavored typically with red wine and shallots

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Origin and Etymology of bordelaise sauce

French bordelaise, feminine of bordelais of Bordeaux


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