normande sauce

noun, often capitalized N nor·mande sauce \ (ˈ)nȯr¦mänd- \
variants: or normandy sauce \ˈnȯ(r)məndē-\

Definition of normande sauce

: a white sauce made of fish stock, flavored with wine, and enriched with cream and yolks of eggs

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Origin and Etymology of normande sauce

normande sauce from French normande (in sauce normande normande sauce) (feminine of normand, adjective, Norman, from Normand, noun, Norman, from Old French Normant) + English sauce; normandy sauce from Normandy, region of northwest France + English sauce


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