Definition of mandlen in US English:

mandlen

noun

Cookery
  • Treated as plural. Small matzo flour dumplings, usually served with soup, frequently as part of the Passover meal in Jewish households.

Origin

1940s; earliest use found in Jewish Standard (Toronto). From Yiddish mandlen, plural of mandl almond (so called with reference to their size and shape) from Middle High German mandel.

Pronunciation

mandlen

/ˈmandlən/