fish stewed in a sauce of wine, oil, onions, mushrooms, etc.
Origin of mateloteFrench from matelot, sailor from Middle French matenot, probably from Old Norse m?tunautr, mate, companion from Germanic an unverified form mad-, food, meat + an unverified form ganauta from an unverified form ga- (see mate) + an unverified form nauta, fellow: for Indo-European base see neat
A fish stew that is cooked in a wine sauce.
Origin of mateloteFrench from matelot sailor from Old French matenot sailor, bunkmate possibly from Middle Dutch mattenoot ( perhaps from matte bed ) ( from Late Latin matta ; see mat 1. ) ( noot fellow ) or from Old Norse mötunautr messmate ( mata food, mess ) ( nautr companion )