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moules marinière

Line breaks: moules ma¦ri|nière
Pronunciation: /ˌmuːl marɪnˈjɛː/

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(also moules à la marinière)

Definition of moules marinière in English:

plural noun

Mussels served in their shells and cooked in a wine and onion sauce.

Origin

French, literally 'mussels in the marine style'.

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