Dugléré is the French word referring to the method of cooking white fish in white wine and water, adding cream and a Velouté sauce. Moreover, Dugléré French dish consisting of white fish fillets, poached in white wine with seasonings; the sauce finished with cream and a tomato Concassé.

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