Gratineed



[grat-n-ey, graht-; French gra-tee-ney] /ˌgræt nˈeɪ, ˌgrɑt-; French gra tiˈneɪ/

verb (used with object), gratinéed, gratinéing.
1.
to bake or broil (food) in au gratin style.

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