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es·ca·lope

 (ĕs′kə-lōp′, ĭ-skŏl′əp, ĭ-skăl′-)
n.
A thin boneless slice of meat: chicken escalope. Also called scallop.

[French, of dialectal origin (northeast France), from Old French escalope, snail shell (the slice of meat perhaps being so called because it was served rolled up); see scallop.]

escalope

(ˈɛskəˌlɒp)
n
(Cookery) a thin slice of meat, usually veal, coated with egg and breadcrumbs, fried, and served with a rich sauce
[C19: from Old French: shell]
Translations

escalope

[ˈeskəˈlɒp] N (Brit) → escalope m, filete m

escalope

[ˈɛskəlɒp] (British) scallop [ˈskɒləp] (US) n (= slice of meat) → escalope f

escalope

nSchnitzel nt

escalope

[ˈɛskəˌlɒp] nscaloppina
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The protected designations would include steak, sausage, escalope, burger and hamburger, under a revised regulation that passed with 80 per cent approval.
The pub offers seasonal, locally sourced food prepared by executive head chef Ben Finchett and diners can choose from light bites to three course meals, including beer-battered fish and chips, parmesan-crusted chicken escalope and Malaysian curry.
The parmo's original name was Escalope Parmesan and it is very similar to the veal or chicken Parmigiana which is commonly eaten in Australia as a local pub meal or in Australian and American Italian restaurants.
We chose a parma ham ciabatta (PS4.95) and a chicken escalope foccacia (PS5.15).
However, it all got very sinful with the mains as I chose a Croque Monsieur and a Poulet Escalope over the very 'rebellious looking' Avocat made of avocado with frisee rocket and toasted seeds.
INFORMATION Calories: 356 INGREDIENTS 100g pork escalope 1/2 lemongrass stalk, finely chopped 2cm-piece fresh root ginger, peeled and finely chopped 1/2 shallot, finely chopped 1-cal cooking spray 25g rice noodles 50g mixture of baby corn and sugar snap peas 50g broccoli florets Zest and juice of half a lime 1/2tsp sesame oil 1tsp soy sauce 1/2 red chilli, sliced METHOD PU dish with the lemongrass, ginger and shallot.
ODE TO THE HUMBLE PARMO: TEESSIDE'S OWN DELICACY The parmo originated from the Italian parmesan escalope of chicken or pork.
It is to note that the commodities which did not meet the food criteria in the above mentioned supermarkets and restaurants are mainly minced meat, Kafta, Taouk,Chawarma, sausages, Fahita, escalope except for Keyrouz bakery where cheese did not meet the said criteria.
What is the singular form of the word Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 The oak; 2 The Republic of Ireland; 3 Bacterium; 4 Edward Elgar; 5 The Zambezi; 6 Escalope of veal; 7 Havana; 8 Surprise, Surprise; 9 Crater; 10 Rhode Island.