Origin of cassouletFr; origin, originally , dialect, dialectal diminutive of cassolo, stoneware bowl, diminutive of casso from Provençal cassa: see casserole
a traditional casserole of SW France, consisting of beans slowly baked with various kinds of meat and, often, a leg of confit of duck or goose
A casserole of white beans, various meats, vegetables, and herbs, slowly simmered or baked in a slow oven.
Origin of cassouletFrench stove dish diminutive of cassolo earthenware vessel from casso from Old Provençal cassa ; see casserole .
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