charlotte russe

noun char·lotte russe \ ˈshär-lət-ˈrüs \
|Updated on: 4 Jul 2018

Definition of charlotte russe

: a charlotte made with sponge cake or ladyfingers and a whipped-cream or custard-gelatin filling

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Origin and Etymology of charlotte russe

French, literally, Russian charlotte


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