Definition of feuilleté in English:

feuilleté

Line breaks: feuille¦té
Pronunciation: /fəːjəˈteɪ
 
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noun

A puff pastry case with a sweet or savoury filling.
More example sentences
  • French demi feuilleté (half-puff) pastry is similar, but the butter left from the original mixing is added in a flat sheet at the first stage, so that the three turns and rolls spread it out more evenly between the layers.
  • Serve the stuffed mushrooms and the Stilton and chestnut feuilleté straight away.

Origin

French, 'flaky'.

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