Definition of lyonnaise in English:

lyonnaise

Syllabification: ly·on·naise
Pronunciation: /ˌlīəˈnāz
 
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adjective

(Of food, especially sliced potatoes) cooked with onions or with a white wine and onion sauce.
More example sentences
  • I made the salad lyonnaise and the English muffins for brunch for friends today.
  • Both "Tripe Lyonnaise" and "Tripe Poulette" (also included in this database) are delicious family dishes.
  • Al dente asparagus with expertly made hollandaise sauce, flavorful onion-laced lyonnaise and mashed potatoes made winning side dishes.

Origin

French, 'characteristic of the city of Lyons'.

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