Definition of rémoulade
: a pungent sauce or dressing resembling mayonnaise and usually including savory herbs and condiments
Recent Examples of rémoulade from the Web
The Little Beet Table (New York and Chicago) has the best hummus and charred broccoli with spicy carrot remoulade, and amazing roasted brussels sprouts with lemon-parsley gremolata.
Guests also feasted on local seasonal fish, chicken in waffle cones with maple bacon remoulade, and fried green tomatoes from Cru Catering.
Rusted Crow’s burger brought together a combination of roasted Brussels Sprouts topped burger drizzled with a Thai peanut sauce and dollop of remoulade.
The moist fish, with appropriate zigzags of remoulade, was draped over a mound of Creole rice.
Summer craving: Shrimp with spicy remoulade Looking for something a little healthier?
Summer craving: Shrimp with spicy remouladeLooking for something a little healthier?
Use chopped cornichons in remoulade or in tartar sauce recipes.
The Pommes Dauphine ($8) are a modern take on classic French potato puffs: dreamy bites fried a golden brown, crowned in a tangy remoulade and topped with bright red, salty trout roe.
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Origin and Etymology of rémoulade
First Known Use: 1733See Words from the same year
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