cannelon

noun can·ne·lon \ˈkanəlˌän\

Definition of cannelon

plural

-s

  1. 1 :  a hollow roll or cone of baked puff paste usually stuffed with a savory filling as an appetizer or with cream as a dessert

  2. 2 :  a roll of highly seasoned minced meat baked or fried

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Origin and Etymology of cannelon

probably from Italian cannellone tubular noodle for soup, augmentative of cannello segment of a stalk of cane, small tube, from canna cane, reed, from Latin


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