designating fish prepared by being rolled in flour, etc., fried in butter, and sprinkled with lemon juice and chopped parsley
Origin of meunièreFrench (à la) meunière, (in the style of) a miller's wife, feminine of meunier, a miller
Rolled in flour and fried in butter, usually with lemon juice and chopped parsley sprinkled on top. Used of fish.
Origin of meuniereFrench from (à la) meunière (in the style of) a miller's wife from Old French munoiere feminine of mounier miller from Late Latin molīnārius from molīna mill ; see mill 1.