fricandeau

or fric·an·do

[ frik-uhn-doh, frik-uhn-doh ]
/ ˈfrɪk ənˌdoʊ, ˌfrɪk ənˈdoʊ /

noun, plural fric·an·deaus, fric·an·deaux [frik-uhn-dohz, frik-uhn-dohz]. /ˈfrɪk ənˌdoʊz, ˌfrɪk ənˈdoʊz/.

a loin of veal, larded and braised, or roasted.

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Origin of fricandeau

1700–10; <French, Middle French, equivalent to fric(asser) to fricassee (with -asser taken as a suffix) + -ande noun suffix (see viand) + -eau diminutive suffix (≪ Latin -ellus;see -elle)

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British Dictionary definitions for fricandeau

fricandeau

fricando

/ (ˈfrɪkənˌdəʊ) /

noun plural -deaus, -deaux or -does (-ˌdəʊz)

a larded and braised veal fillet

Word Origin for fricandeau

C18: from Old French, probably based on fricassee
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