niçoise

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niçoise

(niːˈswɑːz)
adj
(Cookery) cookery prepared with tomatoes, black olives, garlic, and anchovies
[French, literally: from the region of Nice]

ni•çoise

(niˈswɑz; Fr. niˈswaz)

adj.
made with tomatoes, black olives, capers, garlic, and often anchovies: salad niçoise.
[ellipsis of French à la niçoise (niçoise, feminine of niçois, from Nice Nice)]
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Boasting fresh flavours of the gardens and sea of Nice, France, the Nicoise Salad is the ideal must try salad platter for a light lunch or hearty dinner.
Potato salad has been voted Britain's best-loved salad, beating off stiff competition from the likes of Caesar, Nicoise and trendy beetroot and goat's cheese.
It's not hugely concentrated but has a lovely, stony freshness if you want to drink in a Riviera lifestyle - and goes down a treat with a well garnished salad nicoise.
Salad choices: Tuna Nicoise, Grilled Vegetable, German Potato, Tuscan Panzanella, cold Pasta, plus hearty soups.
For example, tuna in the classic French salade nicoise, has been replaced with palm hearts and according to the chef, the flavours taste similar.
Kalamata, Nicoise and Alfonso are all types of which food?
The Finn Nicoise arrives with the radical ingredient change of salmon instead of tuna.
The chefs of Seasons restaurant re-interpreted four classic dishes and invite everyone to taste their Bistronomie menu which includes Salade Nicoise, Moules Marinieres (mussels with garlic and sweet cream butter), Cordon-bleu Au Comte (veal rump steak) and Caf` Gourmand dessert.
The restaurant, which celebrates Nicoise cuisine, will open its new 8,000 square foot Abu Dhabi venue in The Galleria on Al Maryah Island.
The restaurant, which celebrates Nicoise cuisine, will open its new 8,000-sq-ft Abu Dhabi venue in The Galleria on Al Maryah Island.
And this is one of their top picks for summertime dishes, such as salad nicoise, or seared tuna steak.
My favourite dish (tuna nicoise) was on there as a starter and there was a fish of the day - which usually means you're getting something fresh and in season.