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A flat sausage consisting of minced meat and savoury stuffing wrapped in pieces of pork caul.
- ‘Take the crépinettes out of the oven, lay them out on the serving plate and serve them immediately.’
- ‘Sear the crépinette and roast on a baking sheet for about 10 minutes.’
- ‘They can be accompanied with’ crépinettes ’, flat sausages, or with a slice of local pâté de campagne.’
- ‘Wrap in Serrano ham and crépinette and tie with butcher's string until tight and firm.’
French, diminutive of crépine caul.
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