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crêpe suzette

[ kreypsoo-zet, krep; French krep sy-zet ]
/ ˈkreɪp suˈzɛt, ˈkrɛp; French krɛp süˈzɛt /
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noun, plural crêpe su·zettes [kreypsoo-zets, krep], /ˈkreɪp suˈzɛts, ˈkrɛp/, French crêpes su·zette [krep sy-zet]. /krɛp süˈzɛt/.
a thin dessert pancake, usually rolled or folded in quarters, heated in a sauce of orange-flavored liqueur, and served flambé.
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Also crepe su·zette .

Origin of crêpe suzette

1920–25; <French, allegedly after Suzanne (Suzette) Reichenberg (1853–1924), French actress, in whose honor they were first prepared
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British Dictionary definitions for crêpe suzette

crêpe suzette
/ (kreɪp suːˈzɛt) /

noun plural crêpes suzettes
(sometimes plural) an orange-flavoured pancake flambéed in a liqueur or brandy
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