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mandoline

man·do·line

 (măn′də-lĭn′, măn′dl-ĭn)
n.
1. A utensil consisting of a base into which adjustable blades are set, used to slice or cut fruits and vegetables.
2. A mandolin.

[Variant of mandolin.]
Translations
مندولين: آله موسيقيَّه
mandólín
mandolīna
mandolína

mandolin,

mandoline

(ˈmӕndəlin) noun
a musical instrument similar to a guitar. He played a tune on the mandolin.
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A l'age de 6 ans, son pere El Haj Mohamed, qui etait ordonnateur de douanes, lui offrit une mandoline a l'occasion de son anniversaire.
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1 pc red Fuji apple, cored and sliced thinly using a mandoline
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Cutting a whole orange or two into very thin wheels using a mandoline and baking the slices at a low temperature -- dehydrating them, really -- turns them into crisp, almost-stained-glass rounds of concentrated orange flavor.
Pan fried mackerel with fennel salad from Jim Dobson, head chef at the Fox and Hounds, Llancarfan Serves 4 Ingredients 4 mackerel fillets Lemon juice 1 fennel bulb 150ml natural yogurt Handful chives, chopped Salt Olive oil Method Very finely slice the fennel bulb, using a mandoline if you have one.
Pan fried mackerel with fennel salad from Jim Dobson, head chef at the Fox and Hounds, Llancarfan | Serves 4 | Ingredients | 4 mackerel fillets | Lemon juice | 1 fennel bulb | 150mls natural yogurt | Handful chives, chopped | Salt | Olive oil Method Very finely slice the fennel bulb, using a mandoline if you have one.
Under the banner Scotland-Quebec Connects, Dance North has partnered with artists and cultural organisations from Montreal, Mandoline Hybride and the Quebec-Scotland screendance collaboration.
Rinse and core 1 crisp green apple (such as Granny Smith or Newtown Pippin; 1/2 lb.); thinly slice on a food slicer or mandoline. Add apple at once to cucumbers, and mix.
A mandoline is best for this, but a food processor or careful knife work is fine, too.
2 ounces black truffles, thinly sliced on mandoline