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What is the difference between the French dish "sole meunière" and fish and chips (if the fish is sole)?

Question #147021. Asked by chabenao1.
Last updated Sep 04 2019.
Originally posted Sep 03 2019 7:08 AM.

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Meunière is a sauce used primarily on fish (Sole) which is pan fried, while the fish (Primarily Cod and Haddock) in fish and chips are battered and deep fried in oil.
"Meunière refers to both a sauce and a method of preparation, primarily for fish. The word itself means "miller's wife". Thus to cook something à la meunière was to cook it by first dredging it in flour. A meunière sauce is a simple preparation-brown butter, chopped parsley, and lemon-and the name refers to its unelaborate rustic nature."

link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meuni%C3%A8re_sauce
"Fish and chips is a hot dish consisting of fried fish in batter served with chips."

link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fish_and_chips


Response last updated by elburcher on Sep 03 2019.
Sep 03 2019, 8:12 AM
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