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Amandine – a culinary term indicating a garnish of almonds. Dishes of this sort are usually cooked with butter and seasonings, then sprinkled with whole or flaked, toasted almonds.
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Trout meunière and its variation Trout amandine (speckled seatrout crusted in almonds, traditionally served with a meunière sauce) are bedrock dishes of New Orleans Creole cuisine.
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Amandine is a culinary term indicating a garnish of almonds.
Amandine (culinary term)
Amandine – a culinary term indicating a garnish of almonds
Amandine (culinary term), a French culinary term for a garnish of almonds
Monty Python's The Meaning of LifePart VI - The Autumn YearsThe Autumn Years
Creosote listens patiently while highlights of the evening's menu are recited to him; after vomiting on the menu held open in front of him by the maître d', he orders all of the dishes listed by the maitre d'. As a result, he is served moules marinières, pâté de foie gras, beluga caviar, Eggs Benedict, a leek tart, frogs' legs amandine and quail's eggs with puréed mushrooms all mixed in a bucket with the quail eggs on top and a double helping of pâté.
Mentioned in the movie Arthur, where the wealthy title character visits his dying butler, Hobson, in the hospital, and places an order, "l want the trout almondine from Lutèce. Tell Henri it's for me."