crêpe suzette

noun, often capitalized S crêpe su·zette \ˌkrāp-sü-ˈzet\

Definition of crêpe suzette


crêpes suzette

\ˌkrāp(s)-sü-ˈzet\ or

crêpe suzettes

play \ˌkrāp-sü-ˈzets\
  1. :  a thin folded or rolled pancake in a hot orange-butter sauce that is sprinkled with a liqueur (as cognac or curaçao) and set ablaze for serving

Origin and Etymology of crêpe suzette

French crêpe Suzette, probably from Suzette, nickname of Suzanne Reichenberg †1924 French actress

First Known Use: 1922

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