cutlet

[n] - thin slice of meat (especially veal) usually fried or broiled
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Cutlet

Cut'let (kŭt'lĕt) noun [ French côtelette , prop., little rib, dim. of côte rib, from Latin costa . See Coast .] A piece of meat, especially of veal or mutton, cut for broiling.
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cutlet

noun thin slice of meat (especially veal) usually fried or broiled
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Cutlet

• (n.) A piece of meat, especially of veal or mutton, cut for broiling.
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cutlet

cutlet From French cotelette, literally 'little rib', ultimately from Latin costa, 'rib'. The modern spelling reflects the idea of a 'small cut' (of meat). Now, one of its meanings is a flat, boneless piece of meat that will serve one person.
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Cutlet

A cutlet is a small slice of veal, mutton or lamb, trimmed into shape and usually part of the rib.
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Cutlet

Cutlet (derived from côtelette, côte (`rib`)) refers to: == American cuisine == From the late 1700s until about 1900, virtually all recipes for `cutlets` in English-language cookbooks were for veal cutlets. Then pork cutlets began to appear. More recently, in American cuisine a cutlet is most famously made using chicken. The cutlet is usuall...
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