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white sauce in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhite sauceˌwhite ˈsauce / $ ˈ../ noun [countable, uncountable]  DFa thick white liquid made of flour, milk, and butter, which can be eaten with meat and vegetables
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white sauceAdd the red pepper and leek and steam for a further 5 minutes. 2 Meanwhile, make a white sauce.Make a white sauce with the milk and cornflour and add most of the grated cheese.Prepare a white sauce by melting the butter in a pan, then adding the flour.Add white sauce mixing slightly and dot with 1 tablespoon butter.Lasagna; an avalanche of white sauce tearing down the glen.Added to a simple white sauce, they make a good accompaniment to plain meats such as boiled bacon.Remove the white sauce from the oven.Repeat the layers, finishing with the white sauce, and sprinkle with the cheeses.