scalloped

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EtymologyEdit

scallop +‎ -ed. In culinary sense, originally referred to a seafood dish baked and served in a scallop shell, but now used more generally.

VerbEdit

scalloped

  1. simple past tense and past participle of scallop

AdjectiveEdit

scalloped (comparative more scalloped, superlative most scalloped)

  1. having an edge or border marked with semicircles
  2. cooked gratin; baked in a typical type of sauce, usually with cheese, as a casserole, e.g. scalloped potatoes; scalloped corn
  3. baked in a scallop shell

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Last modified on 29 January 2014, at 15:56