scaloppine

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noun sca·lop·pi·ne \ˌskä-lə-ˈpē-nē, ˌska-\
variants: or less commonly

scallopini

Definition of scaloppine

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

Origin and Etymology 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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