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  • n. Plural form of escalope.


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  • I have eaten it as a main dish with steamed brown basmati, but it would also make a good side order for pork chops or escalopes.

    Nigel Slater: Slow-cooked autumn stews and casseroles

  • Lunch was Andalusian-style chilled gazpacho soup, chargrilled turbot, veal escalopes with mustard, Oriental rice with sauteed mushrooms, a Mallorca-style vegetable ratatouille and sliced fruit with ice cream, accompanied by wines from the northern regions of Rueda and Rioja, the palace said.

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  • There was also veal, thin escalopes, fried in butter, with slices of lemon, potatoes and a salad.

    Final Resting Place of The Pen

  • Recipes like kangaroo escalopes with spinach and anchovy butter, kangaroo tail soup, or kangaroo strip loin pan roasted on balsamic mash are not unusual on the menus of fine restaurants.

    Eat National Emblems

  • Pieces of veal pounded into sheets escalopes, scallopini are both tenderized and made so thin that they cook through in a moisture-sparing minute or two.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • After much standing around, me and Jay put some turkey escalopes and hash browns in the oven to cook and to pass the time we went to my room and started planning how we were going to catch whoever was stealing our food.

    a modern day mystery

  • They had dined well, the housekeeper having prepared clam chowder and escalopes of veal Casimir.

    The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare

  • Had he been appreciated, he would to-day not only have repeated the _escalopes à la Bellamont_, but perhaps even invented what might have outdone it.

    Tancred Or, The New Crusade

  • Named after a famous bridge in Friuli and made from a relative of the more well-known Pinot Grigio, this is a bottle well worth getting acquainted with: unoaked, dry, clean and fresh, but - unlike its popular cousin - with sufficient, full-bodied citrus and nut flavours to stand up to more substantial dishes, such as a roast loin of cod or pan-fried veal escalopes.

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  • Alongside clouds of nutmeggy mashed potatoes and a nicely tart salad, he served us beautifully bronzed veal escalopes, coated with breadcrumbs, parsley and garlic. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph, Sunday Telegraph


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