n. f.

T. de Cuisine

Boulette de viande hachée, de pommes de terre, de riz, etc., qu’on fait frire après l’avoir trempée dans du jaune d’oeuf et saupoudrée de chapelure ou de farine.

Il se dit aussi, en termes de Confiserie, de Friandises en chocolat, de forme plate et ronde.

L'Academie francaise. 1935.

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