noun, plural tim·bales [tim-buhlz; for 1, 2 also French tan-bal]. /ˈtɪm bəlz; for 1, 2 also French tɛ̃ˈbal/.
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To prepare timbale cases, a timbale iron, such as is shown in Fig. 27, is required.
This precaution will prevent the formation of a ridge of bubbles around the top of the timbale case.
These are made out of a batter by means of a timbale iron and fried in deep fat until brown.
Then carefully remove the timbale case from the iron with a fork and place it on paper that will absorb the fat.
Timbale cases are shells in which various creamed foods are served.