blanquette de veau


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blanquette de veau

(blæŋˈkɛt də ˈvəʊ)
n
(Cookery) a ragout or stew of veal in a white sauce
[French]
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With a wide range of international cuisines, Gourmet Lunch Buffet provides guests a voyage of gastronomic indulgence with a variety of freshly prepared, delicious and delectable dishes including exquisite nigiri, a delightful array of hot dishes such as Blanquette de Veau Braised Veal in Cream Sauce; Vegetable Tempura; Dim Sum and Steamed Thai-Style Lemon and Chilli Sea Bass as well as other hearty selections to satisfy all your cravings.
We chose the bouillabaisse, but given how it turned out we will be coming back for the blanquette de veau (yes, when was the last time you saw that on a menu?
Interestingly, the mums too get into the kitchen once a week to cook up such delicacies as Blanquette de Veau, Chicken Cordon Bleu with Beaufort Cheese and Nutella-flavoured puddings.
Another traditional family dish is Blanquette de Veau - veal and vegetables in a delicious white sauce.
Michelin three-star chef Georges Blanc was commissioned to upgrade the dinner offerings with his signature blanquette de veau and bouillabaisse.
The French serve blanquette de veau with almost anything that captures the good sauce, such as rice, mashed potatoes, or pasta.
As evidence of its peasant gourmet roots, consider some of the variations: Hungarian goulash, blanquette de veau, West African beef stew, Belgian beef stew, Chinese red stews -- and one that seems to be made to order for homesteaders--Kentucky Burgoo.
It was exceeded only by quiche lorraine, steak and chips, pot-au-feu, blanquette de veau, couscous.