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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bread.
- adj. braided
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Braided.
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Those who did not provide tribute might find their houses or automobiles "breaded," "riced," dusted with "powdered sugar," or worse.
Instead of the usual bread-crumb breading, this "breaded" fish is plated beneath a buttered, seasoned slice of bread.
When the butter is melted, add the "breaded" fillets, bread-side down, and cook until the bread is crisp and golden brown, about 2 minutes.
Pg. 189, "breaded" presumed to be "dreaded", which makes more sense in context (see the dreaded Being)
Please remember that canned tuna or processed fish such as breaded fish filets are not going to help you lose the weight.
The product line includes fresh and frozen steaks and chops, fresh and frozen ground beef products, specialty flavored beef patties, as well as prepared items such as breaded pork and beef selections, beef strips and diced meats.
I haven't figured out the name of it yet but it's basically mashed potatoes, rice, and pork balled up in some kind of breaded coating and then fried.
A number of foods will be exempt, including processed foods such as breaded chicken or packages of mixed vegetables.
We are not taking about breaded, fried, or fast-food fish that comes served as a “-wich,” has an “O” after the filet, or arrives in a basket with a side of curly fries and hush puppies.
In Rosa Mexicano's cookbook they have a breaded chicken cemita recipe.
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