This term can apply to several different sauces or food dishes that all have a light, airy texture derived from using whipped cream or beaten egg whites added to the food dish immediately before it is served. The traditional Mousseline Sauce is a hollandaise sauce with whipped cream whisked into it prior to serving. When used to refer to a food dish, the Mousseline will commonly be a savory dish containing meat, poultry, fish, or shellfish as the main ingredient. Typical of a Mousseline, either whipped cream or beaten egg whites are added just before serving to lighten the texture.
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