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Béchamel, one of the five French mother sauces, is the original white sauce made with roux – a mixture of wheat flour and butter – combined with milk. It is a kitchen staple, yet chef Chris Desens, program director of The Culinary Institute of St. Louis at Hickey College, says he doesn’t see the word “béchamel” on restaurant menus very often.