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sauce US English

Thick liquid served with food, usually savory dishes, to add moistness and flavor

sauce US Thesaurus

a piquant sauce

be sauced in sauce US English

Provide a sauce for (something); season with a sauce

hot sauce US English

A spicy sauce or condiment made with chili peppers

soy sauce US English

A sauce made with fermented soybeans, used in Chinese and Japanese cooking

bread sauce US English

Sauce made with milk and breadcrumbs, typically eaten with roast chicken or turkey

brown sauce US English

A savory sauce made with fat and flour cooked to a brown color

chili sauce US English

A hot sauce made with tomatoes, chilies, and spices

fish sauce US English

A Thai and Vietnamese sauce used as a flavoring or condiment, prepared from fermented anchovies and salt

hard sauce US English

A sauce of butter and sugar, typically with brandy, rum, or vanilla added

Melba sauce US English

A sauce made from pureed raspberries thickened with powdered sugar

mint sauce US English

Chopped spearmint in vinegar and sugar, traditionally eaten with lamb

white sauce US English

A sauce of flour, melted butter, and milk or cream

oyster sauce US English

A sauce made with oysters and soy sauce, used especially in Chinese cooking

secret sauce US English

A special feature or technique kept secret by an organization and regarded as being the chief factor in its success

tartar sauce US English

A cold sauce, typically eaten with fish, consisting of mayonnaise mixed with chopped pickles, capers, etc.

tartare sauce New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

mayonnaise mixed with onions, gherkins, and capers

barbecue sauce US English

A highly seasoned sauce containing vinegar, spices, and usually chilies

Béarnaise sauce US English

A rich sauce thickened with egg yolks and flavored with tarragon

chasseur sauce US English

A rich dark sauce with wine and mushrooms, typically served with poultry or game

cranberry sauce US English

A jellied sauce made from cranberries, a traditional accompaniment to turkey

Cumberland sauce US English

A piquant sauce served as a relish with game and cold meats. It is typically made from red currant jelly flavored with orange, mustard, and port

hollandaise sauce US English

A creamy sauce of melted butter, egg yolks, and lemon juice or vinegar, served especially with fish

Worcestershire sauce US English

A pungent sauce containing soy sauce and vinegar, first made in Worcester, England

the sauce in sauce US English

Alcoholic drink

what's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander US English

What is appropriate in one case is also appropriate in the other case in question

adobo US English

A paste or marinade made from chili peppers, vinegar, herbs, and spices, used in Mexican cooking

applesauce US English

A puree of stewed apples, typically sweetened

hoisin US English

A sweet, spicy, dark red sauce made from soybeans, vinegar, sugar, garlic, and various spices, widely used in southern Chinese cooking

hoisin sauce in hoisin US English

A sweet, spicy, dark red sauce made from soybeans, vinegar, sugar, garlic, and various spices, widely used in southern Chinese cooking

sauceboat US English

A boat-shaped vessel used for serving gravy or sauce

soya sauce in soy sauce US English

A sauce made with fermented soybeans, used in Chinese and Japanese cooking

tamari US English

A variety of rich, naturally fermented soy sauce

tamari sauce in tamari US English

A variety of rich, naturally fermented soy sauce

Tabasco US English

A pungent sauce made from the fruit of a capsicum pepper

Tabasco sauce in Tabasco2 US English

A pungent sauce made from the fruit of a capsicum pepper

tartare US English

(Of fish) served raw, typically seasoned and shaped into small cakes

tartare sauce in tartar sauce US English

A cold sauce, typically eaten with fish, consisting of mayonnaise mixed with chopped pickles, capers, etc.

béchamel US English

A rich white sauce made with milk infused with herbs and other flavorings

béchamel sauce in béchamel US English

A rich white sauce made with milk infused with herbs and other flavorings

sauce mousseline in mousseline US English

Hollandaise sauce that has been made frothy with whipped cream or egg white, served mainly with fish or asparagus

teriyaki sauce in teriyaki US English

A mixture of soy sauce, sake, ginger, and other flavorings, used in Japanese cooking as a marinade or glaze

tzatziki US English

A sauce of Greek origin, made from yogurt, garlic, and cucumbers

tzatziki sauce in tzatziki US English

A sauce of Greek origin, made from yogurt, garlic, and cucumbers


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