rémoulade

noun
ré·​mou·​lade | \ ˌrā-mə-ˈläd How to pronounce rémoulade (audio) , -mü-\
variants: or remoulade

Definition of rémoulade

: a pungent sauce or dressing resembling mayonnaise and usually including savory herbs and condiments

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On its best days, the simple fried oyster and gulf shrimp po’ boys at PoBoyz are as good as any in town, maybe better, with juicy, pristine, fried seafood sharing space with tomato, lettuce and remoulade on fluffy rolls. Michael Russell, oregonlive.com, "When it’s on, PoBoyz’ po’ boy sandwich is the best in Portland," 25 June 2019 For remoulade, combine mustard, mayonnaise, garlic, onions and celery. Ann Maloney, nola.com, "Dig into the red, ripe Creole Tomato Fest this weekend," 5 June 2019 Jonathon Sawyer of The Greenhouse Tavern in Cleveland dished fried chicken with black-truffle remoulade. Marc Bona, cleveland.com, "Five Star Sensation 2019 draws Michael Symon, national chefs (photos, video)," 16 June 2019 Gently toss crab with 1/4 cup remoulade, taking care not to break up lumps. Ann Maloney, nola.com, "Dig into the red, ripe Creole Tomato Fest this weekend," 5 June 2019 Start with a plate of goodies from the raw bar, then try the oyster brochettes with remoulade or the cod with rosemary and potatoes—and it's known throughout Provincetown for its service. Todd Plummer, Condé Nast Traveler, "3 Best Day Trips From Boston," 9 Aug. 2018 On the other, there are totchos ($10), potato nuggets smothered in cheese sauce, chorizo, beans and pico de gallo, and Panga hot fish ($8), chunks of cod in spicy batter served with remoulade. Carol Deptolla, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "International flavors, down at the corner bar, are an American experience," 3 July 2018 Smoked onion remoulade Kosher salt 1 small Vidalia onion 2 cups fresh mayonnaise 2 teaspoons smoked Spanish paprika 1 teaspoon sea salt 3 teaspoons apple cider vinegar ¼ bunch chives, sliced thinly 1 shallot, minced Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Nancy Miller, The Courier-Journal, "As Galt House gets a makeover, Rivue restaurant goes for local and fresh," 29 May 2018 Spring for the sauce boat ($3), a six-pack of fine house sauces — remoulade, Korean barbecue, Thai chile, garlicky aioli, peanut sauce and sambal mayonnaise. Carol Deptolla, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "International flavors, down at the corner bar, are an American experience," 3 July 2018

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First Known Use of rémoulade

1733, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for rémoulade

French rémoulade

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