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aioli a rich sauce, similar to mayonnaise, made of crushed garlic, egg yolks, lemon juice, and olive oil, served with vegetables, fish, and seafood.
à la king diced and cooked in a cream sauce with green peppers, pimentos, and mushrooms.
applesauce a sweet and sometimes spiced sauce made by simmering apples until they are soft.
baked beans beans that have been boiled and then baked, often with salt pork, tomato sauce, or molasses.
barbecue the food cooked in this manner, often having a spicy sauce. [2/4 definitions]
béarnaise sauce a sauce made of butter, egg yolks, shallots, vinegar, and herbs, served over meat or fish.
beef bourguignon a dish consisting of braised cubes of beef in a red-wine sauce, often with mushrooms or other vegetables.
bordelaise sauce (sometimes cap.) a dark sauce for meat, made of stock, flour, wine, onions, and seasoning.
cannelloni (usu. used with a sing. verb) large tubes of pasta which are usu. boiled, stuffed with meat or cheese, and baked in a sauce.
carbonara designating pasta that is covered with a mild cheese sauce made up of eggs, bacon, onion, and parmesan cheese.
châteaubriand an esp. thick and tender center cut of beef tenderloin, usu. served with a sauce.
cherries jubilee a dessert made of vanilla ice cream topped with a sauce of black cherries and served flambé with brandy or kirsch.
chili sauce a sauce of tomatoes, chili peppers, onions, and spices.
chitterlings the small intestines of a pig, cooked and eaten with a sauce.
chowchow a relish of pickled vegetables, often in a hot mustard sauce.
chutney a spicy sauce or relish of East Indian origin made with fruits and herbs.
cocktail1 an appetizer such as juice, mixed chopped fruit, or cold seafood with a sauce. [1/4 definitions]
cottage pudding a dessert consisting of a simple cake covered with a sweet sauce, as of fruit.
cream sauce a white sauce of flour, butter, and milk or cream cooked together.
Creole (l.c.) prepared with tomatoes, peppers, and seasonings, as a sauce or dish. [1/6 definitions]
crêpe suzette a very thin dessert pancake, often rolled in a tangy fruit sauce and usu. served in flaming liqueur.