- a container for cooking and serving an individual portion of food, usually made of pottery, silver, or paper, or sometimes of baked dough.
Origin of cassolette
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Examples from the Web for cassolette
This is not the same variety as the Cassolette described by Leroy.
The Cassolette is so named from its resemblance to a small vessel made of copper and silver in which pastilles were burnt.
There appear to be several varieties of Cassolette three or four of which bear the synonym of Lechfrion.