Definition of brown sauce in English:

brown sauce

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noun

[mass noun]
  • 1A savoury sauce made with fat and flour cooked to a brown colour.
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    • Try the sliced trotter in brown sauce or the sliced beef in brown sauce.
    • The emphasis is on home-made dishes: corned beef hash with Tracy's own brown sauce; sandwiches with turkey and ham cooked on the premises; soup and freshly-baked bread; quiche and more.
    • It was a plate of Icelandic lobster tails and lamb served with a tomato/zucchini salsa, roasted potatoes and some brown sauce.
  • 2A commercially prepared relish containing vinegar and spices.
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    • Being highly concentrated, Worcester sauce is employed mostly as a condiment or an ingredient rather than as a relish like the brown sauce which it superficially resembles.
    • There is apparently a similar line running through the Central Belt, where the preference for vinegar with chips morphs into the craving for brown sauce with them.
    • Daily newspapers were on the rack, including the Pattaya Mail, of course, while on the table were the usual condiments, including brown sauce and ketchup.

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