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  • n. Plural form of rissole.

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Examples

  • Then he made what he called rissoles -- onions entered largely into their framework, and when you opened them you wanted to get out into the fresh air.

    Five Months at Anzac A Narrative of Personal Experiences of the Officer Commanding the 4th Field Ambulance, Australian Imperial Force

  • Fish was eaten with the fish knife and fork, and all made dishes (quenelles, rissoles, patties, etc) were eaten with a fork only, and not with a knife and fork.

    Dining and Dinners | Edwardian Promenade

  • The menu included oysters, mock turtle soup, rissoles (fried puff pastry with various sweet and savory fillings), Lobster à l'Am é ricaine, saddle of venison, wood-grilled salmon, fried artichokes, roast stuffed goose and a variety of homemade jellies made using a calf's foot gelatin.

    Two Years Before the Repast

  • But when my eye fell upon the thermograph and read, "Stavanger Preserving Co. 's finest rissoles," I could contain myself no longer.

    The South Pole~ Preparing for Winter

  • In our house, rissoles are leftovers in patty form.

    A question

  • I never know the difference between a rissole and a croquette, and have plumped for calling these rissoles.

    Store cupboard creations

  • In that way, the leftover beef could be used later in the week for rissoles, cottage pie, cold meat sandwiches etc.

    Welsh Harvest Cake / Teisen y Cynhaeaf

  • However, instead of making mine with minced meat, I shall be whipping up these rissoles with ... soy beans.

    Rissoles

  • My friend Kelvin and I made some uber rissoles once, in honour of the hilarious Australian film, The Castle which featured a pre-Hollywood Eric Bana as kick-boxing enthusiast, Con Petropoulous.

    Rissoles

  • I also make my own mini sausage rolls using veal and chicken rissoles from my butcher.

    At My Table

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