A row of quenelles waiting to be cooked.
a seasoned dumpling of minced meat or fish poached in water
Origin of quenelleFrench ; from German knödel, dumpling ; from Middle High German knode, a knot, akin to knot
A ball or dumpling of finely chopped meat or seafood bound with eggs and poached in stock or water.
Origin of quenelleFrench, from German Kn&odie;del, from Middle High German, diminutive of knode, knot, knob, from Old High German knodo.