Croustade meaning

kro͝o-städ
A molded or hollowed bowllike crust, as of pastry, rice, or bread, used as a serving container for another food.
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A shell, as of pastry or toasted bread, with a savory filling, as of mushrooms.
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A edible container (often of pastry) filled with a savoury food.
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Origin of croustade

  • French from Provençal croustado from Old Provençal from Latin crūstātus past participle of crūstāre to encrust from crūsta crust crust

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • French croustade

    From Wiktionary