[frik-uh n-doh, frik-uh n-doh]
- a loin of veal, larded and braised, or roasted.
Origin of fricandeau
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"Try a little of that fricandeau," says Mrs. Snorter, with a kind smile.The Fitz-Boodle Papers
William Makepeace Thackeray
We date from the beginning of his reign the invention of the fricandeau, generally attributed to a Swiss.
These strips of omelet, resembling noodles, form a tasty and attractive dressing for a fricandeau (veal stew) or a similar dish.The Italian Cook Book
They may also be larded like the fricandeau, and served in the same way, and with the like sauces, only less time in cooking.
If a piece of udder can be procured, stew it with the fricandeau, and serve it in the same dish.
- a larded and braised veal fillet
C18: from Old French, probably based on fricassee
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