Frikadelle meaning

(food) An oblate-spheroid meatball of North European origin, eaten hot or cold, and typically consisting of: minced veal, pork, or beef (a blend of two of these meats); chopped onions; eggs; milk or water; breadcrumbs, oatmeal, or flour; salt; and pepper.
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Origin of frikadelle

  • From the Danish frikadelle and its etymon, the German Frikadelle.
    From Wiktionary