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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of deep-fry.
- adj. Of food, cooked in a deep fryer
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Fried in fat or oil deep enough to cover the object.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. cooked by frying in fat
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Served hot, these marinated chips take the idea of deep-fried potato slices to a whole new level.
When I politely declined, he brought out aracini: deep-fried balls of risotto with tomato and crab.
Pass up any kind of tempura, fried gyoza (the Japanese version of Chinese pot stickers) or fried wonton, agedashi tofu (deep-fried tofu), nikuitame (stir-fried pork), specialty rolls (may have more ingredients than basic rolls).
My mom breaded and deep-fried the gizzards, hearts, and livers.
You get eight wings here, deep-fried twice with no breading, sauced and topped with their garlicky Teba sauce and roasted sesame seeds.
To create the aura of New Orleans, from that city, Ms. O'Brien imported musicians Irvin Mayfeld and the New Orleans Jazz Playhouse Revue, burlesque dancers, trumpets that served as table centerpieces and a Louisiana catering company that cooked such delicacies as crawfish pies, mini muffalettas, deep-fried catfish, pecan parmesan crusted tilapia, chicken-and-sausage jambalaya and bread pudding with rum sauce.
They went to another booth and got fried Oreos and a crazy thing called a Snooki Sandwich—Nutella and peanut butter between two chocolate chip cookies, deep-fried.
Here are largish beachfront hotels, and restaurants serving ubiquitous feta salad or deep-fried calamari drenched in lemon juice, washed down with retsina.
Newley Purnell for the Wall Street Journal On this side street, between Langsuan and Tonson roads, vendors sell fried rice, noodles, stir-fried vegetables, watermelon and pomelo by the slice, fresh spring rolls, deep-fried bananas and more.
Wendy Williams had the Fry Guy on her show on Tuesday and the first 20 seconds of his segment looked delicious ... full of golden-brown, deep-fried unidentifiable food objects.
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