amandine


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a·man·dine

 (ä′mən-dēn′, ăm′ən-)
adj.
Prepared or garnished with almonds: swordfish amandine.

[French, from amande, almond, from Old French almande; see almond.]

amandine

(ˈæmənˌdiːn)
n
1. a protein found in almonds
2. a variety of French potato, known for its pale colour
3. a cosmetic cream made of almonds
adj
served with a garnish of almonds

a•man•dine

(ˌɑ mənˈdin, ˌæm ən-)

adj.
served or prepared with almonds: trout amandine.
[1835–45; < French; see almond, -ine1]

amandine

To cook or coat with almonds.
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