Origin of praline
Examples from the Web for praline
Elodie went into realistic details of the wreck of the gold stopping on the praline stuffing of a chocolate.The Mountebank|William J. Locke
If making chocolate pralin, add three tablespoonfuls of praline powder; stir in lightly a pint of cream whipped to a stiff froth.
If making coffee pralin, add three tablespoonfuls of praline powder (see below).
Keep the praline powder in a close preserve jar ready for use.
British Dictionary definitions for praline
Word Origin for praline
Word Origin and History for praline
1727, prawlin, from French praline (17c.), from the name of Marshal Duplessis-Praslin (1598-1675, pronounced "praline"), "whose cook invented this confection" [Klein]. Modern spelling in English from 1809.