In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1mornay sauce — salsa de queso feminine
- cauliflower mornay — coliflor con salsa de queso
- Lily opted for the lemon sole mornay - a fillet of sole topped with prawns and a cheese sauce au gratin, at £14.50.
- The Oyster Bar offers a dizzying array of dishes from a half dozen rested on ice to a baked dish with spinach and mornay cheese sauce or lightly grilled oysters with bacon.
- Noodle rolls filled with minced Tasmanian possum, topped with mornay sauce.
- The lobster was split in half and then mixed with mornay and Sauce Americaine.
- There are plenty of succulent fish dishes too, including peat-smoked haddock mornay or roast medallions of monkfish and tiger prawns.
- I just smiled, and copied his number down, then Ryan served us a early dinner, apparently he cooks, so we had fish mornay.
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