noun, plural tim·bales [tim-buh lz; for 1, 2 also French tan-bal] /ˈtɪm bəlz; for 1, 2 also French tɛ̃ˈbal/.
Origin of timbale
Examples from the Web for timbale
After being creamed, oysters may be served over toast or in timbale cases.
Heat all thoroughly and serve on toast points or in timbale cases, the making of which is explained in Meat, Part 2.
Pour it into a small cup just large enough to hold the timbale iron.Civic League Cook Book|Anonymous
Butter four timbale moulds, fill with risotto, and turn over on a platter.The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book|Victor Hirtzler
To prepare timbale cases, a timbale iron, such as is shown in Fig. 27, is required.