noun, plural ris·soles [ri-sohlz, ris-ohlz; French ree-sawl] /rɪˈsoʊlz, ˈrɪs oʊlz; French riˈsɔl/.
Origin of rissole
Definition for rissole (2 of 2)
Origin of rissolé
Examples from the Web for rissole
Remove to hot-platter, garnish with rissole potatoes, and pass mint jelly with them.The Story of Crisco|Marion Harris Neil
With the aid of my Cookery Course notes I can differentiate between no fewer than thirty-four different types of rissole.
Rissole:—Rich mince of meat or fish rolled in thin pastry and fried.The Whitehouse Cookbook (1887)|Mrs. F.L. Gillette
They were fond of pounding meats of different kinds, such as pork and poultry, and mixing them in a kind of rissole.London|Walter Besant
Rations having failed to arrive, each man was given a rissole and a packet of chewing-gum.