[ d͡ʒˈabɒts], [ dʒˈabɒts], [ dʒ_ˈa_b_ɒ_t_s]
How to use "Jabots" in context?
Jabots are a type of pastry that originated in France. They are made from croissant dough that is shaped into a loop, then twisted into a knot. Jabots are then covered in a layer of egg and breadcrumbs, and baked. They can be filled with a variety of flavors, such as chocolate and raspberry, and are often served as an appetizer.
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