What is "tuile, tuiles"?
‘Tuile, tuiles’ *(f) means ’tile, tiles’ in French – but in cooking it refers to a very thin wafer type cookie, which is usually curled around a rolling pin before it cools down. Tuiles may be made with slivers of almonds, or various flavorings. Tuiles can also be shaped into baskets – the biscuit is very pliable before it cools. They are often served with ice-cream.
In French, the singular and the plural forms are pronounced identically.
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