à la Diable is the French culinary term which means "in devil 's manner or style" or devilled often made from poultry or game birds which is usually split open along the back, flattened out like a butterfly, then grilled/roasted. A la Diable dishes are served with spicy wine and vinegar sauce and sometimes mustard. Moreover, they are food served deviled or in the devil's style; often spicy hot seasoning à la Diable is pronounced "ah-la-dee-abla

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