Au gratin

(o gra-tang). Literally, dressed with brown crumbs. In actual practice, also flavored with grated cheese.

Au gratin

Topped with cheese or bread crumbs, then baked.
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au gratin

[adj] - cooked while covered with browned breadcrumbs (and sometimes cheese)
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Au gratin

Au` gra`tin' [ French] (Cookery) With a crust made by browning in the oven; as, spaghetti may be served au gratin .
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au gratin

adjective cooked while covered with browned breadcrumbs (and sometimes cheese)
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Au gratin

• With a crust made by browning in the oven; as, spaghetti may be served au gratin.
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Au Gratin

In cookery, au gratin refers to sprinkled with breadcrumbs and grated cheese and browned. Sometimes a dish may be just sprinkled with breadcrumbs and sometimes just grated cheese, but all three combinations are known as au gratin.
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Au gratin

Recipes that are browned in the oven, or under a grill. Often refers to dishes that use a sauce and are topped with breadcrumbs and/or cheese.
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