scaloppine


sca·lop·pi·ne

noun \ˌskä-lə-ˈpē-nē, ˌska-\

Definition of SCALOPPINE

:  thin slices of meat (as veal) sautéed or coated with flour and fried

Variants of SCALOPPINE

sca·lop·pi·ne also scal·lo·pi·ni \ˌskä-lə-ˈpē-nē, ˌska-\

Origin of SCALOPPINE

Italian scaloppine, ultimately from French escalope thin slice of meat, probably from Middle French, shell
First Known Use: 1946

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