timbale[tim′bəl; Fr tan bȧl′]
timbale definition by Webster's New World
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- a mixture, as of chicken, lobster, or vegetables in a cream sauce, baked in a small drum-shaped mold; also, the mold
- type of fried or baked pastry shell, filled with a cooked foodalso timbale case
Origin: French literally , kettledrum: see timbal
timbale definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A custardlike dish of cheese, chicken, fish, or vegetables baked in a drum-shaped pastry mold.
- The pastry mold in which this food is baked.
Origin: French, timbal, mold; see timbal.