Definition of frangipane
: a custard usually flavored with almonds
Recent Examples of frangipane from the Web
My favorite iteration of the crostata is smeared with almond frangipane and dotted with quartered apricots that get blackened on the edges and jammy on the inside.
But the components — the dough, frangipane and compote — can be prepared up to five days ahead.
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Origin and Etymology of frangipane
French, frangipani (perfume), fragipane, from Italian
First Known Use: 1858See Words from the same year
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