Definition of scaloppine in English:

scaloppine

Syllabification: sca·lop·pi·ne
Pronunciation: /ˌskäləˈpēnē, ˌskal-
 
/

noun

  • (In Italian cooking) thin, boneless slices of meat, typically veal, sautéed or fried.
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    • But it's mostly veal scallopini or veal Marsala; Caesar salad, clams oreganata.
    • Each time one of these indie restaurants crops up along East Passyunk or around Rittenhouse Square, it begs the question: Is local love of homemade gnocchi and veal scaloppine boundless?
    • The involtini, which is stuffed veal scaloppine, was the highlight for me - it showed real skill to balance the flavours.

Origin

Italian, plural of scaloppina, diminutive of scaloppa 'envelope'.

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