Definition of gratiné in English:

gratiné

Line breaks: grat|iné
Pronunciation: /ˌɡratɪˈneɪ
 
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(also gratinée)

adjective

[postpositive]
Another term for au gratin. thick onion soup gratiné
More example sentences
  • With them was boiled green pawpaw and a christophene gratinée.
  • Only a couple of hours before the guests are expecting to eat, he and his co-chef are calmly slicing peeled, vine-ripened tomatoes for the tomato and Parmesan gratinée tartlets.
  • All this was served atop a gratinée of small Gaspé shrimp, infinitely thin noodles and a hint of Thai spice.

Origin

French, past participle of gratiner 'cook au gratin'.

Derivatives

gratinéed

adjective
More example sentences
  • You can opt for an extra appetizer for $3.95; on the night we visited gratinéed artichokes or escargots forestière were among the choices.
  • Each dish is accompanied by a pile of steaming pommes Lyonnais gratinéed the colour of old ivory.
  • A designated signature dish of mushroom ravioli al forno had a pasty filling reminiscent of baby food, a sea of cream sauce, and none of the glazed, textural gratinéed effects a serious stint in a really hot oven might provide.

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