pané

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See also: pane, Pane, páne, and pãne

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From French.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • IPA(key): /pæneɪ/, /pɑneɪ/

Verb[edit]

pané (third-person singular simple present panés, present participle panéing, simple past and past participle panéed)

  1. (cooking, chiefly in the past tense) To bread; to coat in breadcrumbs or breading.
    • 2012, Chef's Compendium of Professional Recipes ISBN 1136078622, edited by Edward Renold, ‎David Foskett, ‎John Fuller, page 206:
      2. Trim and flatten the cutlets with the batte. 3. Pané the cutlets in flour, egg and prepared crumbs. 4 Sauté both sides of cutlet []
    • 2015, Practical Cookery, 13th edition ISBN 1471839591, edited by David Foskett, ‎Neil Rippington, ‎Patricia Paskins, page 68:
      1 Pané the chicken suprêmes. Shake off all surplus crumbs.

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French[edit]

Verb[edit]

pané m (feminine singular panée, masculine plural panés, feminine plural panées)

  1. past participle of paner

Adjective[edit]

pané (feminine singular panée, masculine plural panés, feminine plural panées)

  1. breaded (covered in breadcrumbs)
    De la morue panée.

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