Hollandaise-sauce



[hol-uh n-deyz, hol-uh n-deyz] /ˈhɒl ənˌdeɪz, ˌhɒl ənˈdeɪz/

noun
1.
a sauce of egg yolks, butter, lemon juice, and seasonings.
/ˌhɒlənˈdeɪz; ˈhɒlənˌdeɪz/
noun
1.
a rich sauce of egg yolks, butter, vinegar, etc, served esp with fish

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