Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • Bland, salty, fatty, ISLAND FOOD par excellence … Follow that up with a malasada, which is a yummy, chewy, big, flat Phillipino dougnuts coated in granular sugar — holy Jesus Christmas that shit is good, bra …

    PROFILE: Midtown Lunch’er “Ian Jackman”… PLUS another book giveaway | Midtown Lunch - Finding Lunch in the Food Wasteland of NYC's Midtown Manhattan

  • Bob O'Connor for The Wall Street Journal A worker at the Provincetown Portuguese Bakery, which is thought to be at least a century old, offers up a malasada—fried dough dusted with sugar

    Three Days on the Cape

  • At the Provincetown Portuguese Bakery , which is thought to be at least a century old, order a malasada—fried dough dusted with sugar 299 Commercial St.; closes at the end of October.

    Cape Cod

  • Realistically, for one person, one regular malasada and one stuffed malasada ought to be more than plenty for breakfast.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • A sparrow flapped at my hand, banged into it and ripped off a big chunk of malasada, flurrying away to gobble it down.

    greatfallstribune.com - Local News

  • I was holding my one malasada in my right hand taking tiny bites to make it last longer.

    greatfallstribune.com - Local News

  • My beloved grabbed the attacked malasada and handed me one of his.

    greatfallstribune.com - Local News

  • So the team, AFTER DRIVING FOR FOUR HOURS, heads to the malasada bakery and finds the typewriter shop which is not a little anachronistic, but A LOT anachronistic which brings me to another digression: why is Typewriter Store Owner always so surprised when a shifter comes in?

    chron.com Chronicle

  • The stuff from the Hamakua coast of the Big Island was also excellent; when you are in the little town of Honoka'a, stop in at Tex's for a superior malasada (Portuguese donut-like thing with no holes).

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • But this is a vacation, so afterward, head up Kapahulu Avenue for a warm, doughy malasada - a doughnut of Portuguese origin - at Leonard's Bakery.

    The Orange County Register - Homepage

Wordnik is becoming a not-for-profit! Read our announcement here.

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.