The paupiette is a piece of veal, beaten thin and rolled with a stuffing of vegetables, fruits or sweetmeats. It may also be made out of a thin slice of fish (tuna, sole, whiting and even anchovy), stuffed, rolled and secured with a string before cooking in a stock. It is also a type of roulade and is sometimes called braciole. The paupiettes can be made with various other things like chicken, beef, lamb, cabbage, turkey escalopes or slices of calves' sweetbreads. It is often fried or braised, or baked in wine or stock. They are very popular in France, being sold ready-prepared in supermarkets and butchers.
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What Is a Paupiette?, wisegeek.com
Paupiettes de veau aux oignons et tomates, marmiton.org