A dish of boned, stuffed meat or fish that is poached and served cold coated with aspic. (noun)
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Use "galantine" in a sentence
"Bring to boiling point, and put in the "galantine," as the chicken roll is called."
"To serve, cut the "galantine" in the thinnest possible slices, and serve it with a salad, either celery, or mixed vegetables, or plain lettuce; or it may be served with a sauce tartar or plain mayonnaise dressing."
"Turkey is boned precisely the same as you bone a "galantine" of chicken."