Cooking Term: Remoulade

This week’s cooking term is:

Rémoulade
noun | ré·mou·lade \ˌrā-mə-ˈläd, -mü-\

: a pungent sauce or dressing resembling mayonnaise and usually including savory herbs and condiments

– Merriam-Webster.com

Click on the image to go to a recipe for remoulade on WonkyWonderful.com.

Remoulade is commonly served (in the US) as a condiment for seafood, French fries, and even hot dogs. But, from what I’ve found in my research, there are a multitude of both recipes and uses. This sounds like a must-try!

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