Definition of grillade in English:

grillade

Pronunciation /ɡrɪˈleɪd//ˈɡriːɑːd//ɡrɪˈjɑːd/

noun

  • A kind of meat stew usually made with beef steak, typical of French regional and Cajun cooking.

    • ‘Cover Dutch oven and allow grillades to cook slowly for approximately 45 minutes.’
    • ‘One of the things I find most interesting about grillades is that it's one of those dishes that has a place on all rungs of the social ladder.’
    • ‘None of us ever had grillades and grits at home.’
    • ‘Oh, and if you ever find yourself in Atlanta and thirsty, stop by Max Lagers and ask for J.R., he's the head brewmaster and part owner, tell him I sent you and tell him you love his grillades.’
    • ‘A speciality of Louisiana is ‘grillade and grits’, beef or veal braised with seasonings and served with buttered grits.’

Origin

French.

Pronunciation

grillade

/ɡrɪˈleɪd//ˈɡriːɑːd/