Pompadour sauce: Pompadour sauce is, in classic cuisine, a sauce made from fish stock linked to egg yolks and crème fraîche, in which leeks, onion, mushrooms and shallots are added. sliced and steamed in butter.
Pompadour sauce is served with or on baked fish.
As for many dishes of classic French cuisine, the appellation Pompadour (*) which was a favorite of the king was given to cooking dishes.
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