Any dish called "Francese" on an Italian-American menu--and these dishes used to be ubiquitous here--virtually guarantees that the main ingredient will be dipped in egg, and that the sauce will be yellow, not red. But no one is quite sure where this egg-coating tradition came from. Some cite a traditional Neapolitan artichoke dish that gets... Read More

Shrimp Francese

Any dish called "Francese" on an Italian-American menu--and these dishes used to be ubiquitous here--virtually guarantees that the main ingredient will be dipped in egg, and that the sauce will be yellow, not red. But no one is quite sure where this egg-coating tradition came from. Some cite a traditional Neapolitan artichoke dish that gets... Read More

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Shrimp Francese

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Shrimp Francese

Shrimp Francese

Shrimp Francese

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Shrimp Francese

Any dish called "Francese" on an Italian-American menu virtually guarantees that the main ingredient will be dipped in egg, and the sauce will be yellow.

FOOD FOR WINE: Shrimp Francese

Any dish called "Francese" on an Italian-American menu virtually guarantees that the main ingredient will be dipped in egg, and the sauce will be yellow.

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Shrimp Francese

FOOD FOR WINE: Shrimp Francese

Shrimp Francese

FOOD FOR WINE: Shrimp Francese

When you order shrimp or chicken Francese in a restaurant, you're really taking your chances. Too often you're served cornstarch and egg...

When you order shrimp or chicken Francese in a restaurant, you're really taking your chances. Too often you're served cornstarch and egg...

Shrimp Francese

Shrimp Francese

Is it Shrimp Francese or Shrimp Piccata? I am never sure what to call this old school Italian favorite with a French sounding name.

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