Amadine is the French word for almond tartlets or varieties of almond-based pastries. Amandine is likewise a culinary word which means "with almonds" of any kind such as chopped, flaked, roasted or toasted almonds to garnish both sweet and savory dishes.

Amandine which is sometimes incorrectly referred to Almondine is also a paste made of dried apricots that is presed into a sheet.

Amandine is pronounced as "ah mahn deen"

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