mayonnaise


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may·on·naise

 (mā′ə-nāz′, mā′ə-nāz′)
n.
A thick dressing made of beaten raw egg yolk, oil, lemon juice or vinegar, and seasonings.

[French mahonnaise, mayonnaise, possibly from Mahón, Spanish city on Minorca captured by Louis François Armand de Vignerot du Plessis, Duc de Richelieu (1696-1788), in 1756 (the duke's chef is said to have introduced mayonnaise in honor of this victory).]

mayonnaise

(ˌmeɪəˈneɪz)
n
(Cookery) a thick creamy sauce made from egg yolks, oil, and vinegar or lemon juice, eaten with salads, eggs, etc
[C19: from French, perhaps from Mahonnais of Mahón, a port in Minorca]

may•on•naise

(ˌmeɪ əˈneɪz, ˈmeɪ əˌneɪz)

n.
a thick dressing of egg yolks, vinegar or lemon juice, oil, and seasonings.
[1835–45; < French]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.mayonnaise - egg yolks and oil and vinegarmayonnaise - egg yolks and oil and vinegar  
dressing, salad dressing - savory dressings for salads; basically of two kinds: either the thin French or vinaigrette type or the creamy mayonnaise type
green mayonnaise, sauce verte - mayonnaise with tarragon or dill and chopped watercress and spinach or cucumber
Translations
مايونيز: أسم طعاممَايُونِيّز
majonéza
majonæsemayonnaise
majoneesi
מיונז
majoneza
mayones
majónesmajónes, majónsósa
マヨネーズ
마요네즈
majonezas
majonēze
majonéza
majoneza
majonnäs
มายองเนส
sốt mayonnaise

mayonnaise

[meɪəˈneɪz] Nmayonesa f
see also garlic B

mayonnaise

[ˌmeɪəˈneɪz] nmayonnaise f
egg mayonnaise (in sandwich)œuf mayonnaise

mayonnaise

nMayonnaise f, → Majonäse f

mayonnaise

[ˌme/ɛ7əˈneɪz] nmaionese f

mayonnaise

(meiəˈneiz) , ((American) ˈmeiəneiz) noun
a thick sauce made of egg yolk, oil, vinegar or lemon and seasoning, and often used on salads.

mayonnaise

مَايُونِيّز majonéza majonæse Mayonnaise μαγιονέζα mayonesa majoneesi mayonnaise majoneza maionese マヨネーズ 마요네즈 mayonaise majones majonez maionese майонез majonnäs มายองเนส mayonez sốt mayonnaise 蛋黄酱
References in classic literature ?
After a velvety oyster soup came shad and cucumbers, then a young broiled turkey with corn fritters, followed by a canvas-back with currant jelly and a celery mayonnaise.
the mayonnaise, that's one," said he, bending down a finger.
If there is any cold chicken to be had," Emily added, "I undertake to follow the omelet with a mayonnaise.
You shall wash the lettuce, my dear, and stone the olives for Emily's mayonnaise.
Founded in 2011 by chef Sam Mason and designer Elizabeth Valleau, Empire Mayonnaise creates exotic small-batch mayonnaise using only non-GMO oils and happy cage-free eggs.
The national online survey also asked about the most popular uses for mayonnaise or whipped dressing.
To assemble the sandwiches, split open the rolls and slather one side of each one with the chilli and coriander mayonnaise and sprinkle the other with a few drops of Maggi Liquid Seasoning (if using).
Combine Cajun seasoning and remaining mayonnaise in shallow dish.
Serve the chicken lollipops alongside the mayonnaise with some wedges of watermelon.
Wash the lettuce and arrange it nicely on a platter along with the peeled and sliced eggs, and the mayonnaise, breadcrumbs and parmesan in small bowls.
Tony and Gwen Burgess of Birchgrove Eggs near Aberystwyth, have launched Birchgrove Real Mayonnaise for the catering and wholesale sectors.
Tony and Gwen Burgess, of Birchgrove Eggs, Trawsgoed, near Aberystwyth, have launched Birchgrove Real Mayonnaise for the catering and wholesale sectors and are delighted with the enthusiastic response from customers.