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- n. A cream made from ground almonds used in confectionary
- n. A pastry filled with this cream
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A perfume of jasmine; frangipani.
- n. A species of pastry, containing cream and almonds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An extract of milk for preparing artificial milk, made by evaporating to dryness skimmed milk, mixed with almonds and sugar.
- n. A kind of pastry-cake, filled with cream, almonds, and sugar.
- n. A kind of perfume. See frangipani.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. pastry with a creamy almond-flavored filling
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This galette is made with plenty of butter and filled with frangipane, which is one of my favorites.
The frangipane was a snap to make I ground my own almonds the night before even in 80 degree weather & the almond flavor & scent was heavenly.
I always think almonds when something is called frangipane, but pecans sound interesting.
I have an absolute adoration of almond custard aka frangipane, so there was no debate.
When I saw the definition I smacked myself in the forehead and said OUT LOUD "Oh crap, I've been making that for years and didn't know it was called frangipane!"
They certainly do in this pastry shell with an almond filling called frangipane.
This tart will have three parts: a crisp, cookie-like crust that adds eggs and cream to the usual pie crust recipe, a base of the sweetened almond paste called frangipane, and a top layer of apples, chopped and sauteed with cranberries, sugar and spices.
Of course, any kind of frangipane falls under the category of wonderful to me.
The Bakewell Tart consists of three parts - a sweet pastry, jam and frangipane, a lovely almond filling.
I will make it a point to work with frangipane again - I loved it.