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(Cookery) (sometimes without capital) a rich sauce made from egg yolks, lemon juice or wine vinegar, butter, shallots, herbs, and seasoning
[C19: French, from Béarn in SW France]
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Noun1.Béarnaise - a sauce like hollandaise but made with white wine and tarragon and shallots instead of lemon juicebearnaise - a sauce like hollandaise but made with white wine and tarragon and shallots instead of lemon juice
sauce - flavorful relish or dressing or topping served as an accompaniment to food
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Tarragon is one of the herbs most essential to French cooking and is often used to make distinctive sauces, like Bearnaise. A sprinkling of the herb, finely chopped, will enhance simply prepared chicken and seafood.
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