A rissole is a small, thin envelope of pastry (usually puff) enclosing a sweet or savoury forcemeat filling, fried in deep fat and served hot. Rissoles are usually served as an hors d’oeuvre, as a garnish to meat dishes or on their own as a light luncheon dish.

Nowadays, the word rissole is frequently used to describe a CROQUETTE.

Rissoies de Camardo are puff pastry triangles with a spicy shrimp filling.

Similar Posts