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remoulade

Line breaks: re|mou¦lade
Pronunciation: /ˈrɛmʊlɑːd
 
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Definition of remoulade in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Salad or seafood dressing made with hard-boiled egg yolks, oil, and vinegar, and flavoured with mustard, capers, and herbs: [as modifier]: spicy shrimp tempura with a remoulade sauce [count noun]: we make a real remoulade, we don’t serve a bottled tartar sauce
More example sentences
  • I am puzzled by the blue-crab fritters, small puffs that never let you forget they are fried; and by their dipping sauces (green papaya remoulade, tamarind ketchup, soy-chile mignonette) that sound more interesting than they taste.
  • It was a warm day, so we passed on the squash bisque and instead ordered spicy shrimp tempura with a remoulade sauce and baby salad greens with bocconcini in a raspberry vinaigrette.
  • There's also a cooler full of salads, addictive remoulade you can take home in tubs, a good selection of Danish cheese (including top-quality Havarti), homemade rye bread, all kinds of Dutch chocolate - yum.

Origin

French rémoulade, from Italian remolata.

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