quenelle


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que·nelle

 (kə-nĕl′)
n.
A ball or dumpling of finely chopped meat or seafood bound with eggs and poached in stock or water.

[French, from German Knödel, from Middle High German, diminutive of knode, knot, knob, from Old High German knodo.]

quenelle

(kəˈnɛl)
n
(Cookery) a finely sieved mixture of cooked meat or fish, shaped into various forms and cooked in stock or fried as croquettes
[C19: from French, from German Knödel dumpling, from Old High German knodo knot]
Translations

quenelle

n (Cook) (of meat) → Fleischklößchen nt; (of fish) → Fischklößchen nt
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Anelka performed a salute known as a 'quenelle' against West Ham on December 28 and is facing an aggravated charge which under new FA rules carries the fivematch suspension as its starting point.
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2 To make the quenelle mixture, slice the fish and mince.
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Mould the fritter mix between 2 spoons to form a quenelle, cook in a fryer or a pan filled with sunflower oil for 2-3 minutes until golden brown to serve.
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That commentmade in an American magazine which also publishes a French editiondidn't sit well with the Representative Council of the Croatian Community and Institutions in France, who mobilized to have Dylan charged, in December 2013, with "public insult and inciting hate." France has notoriously strict laws against hate speechauthorities fined a 28-year-old $4,130 this month for photographing himself giving a quenelle saluteand in this case they seem to have ensnared an American who has spent much of his career denouncing racism.
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