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- adjective Without
- adjective Not feeling greasy to the touch; not leaving a non-water-soluble residue.
- adjective Not requiring separate
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Jennifer Chen for the Wall Street Journal Ruea Thong's cooks are experts at deep-frying: tod mun goong, shrimp cakes, are light and greaseless, as are the goong foy tod, cakes of baby shrimp that come with a Chinese-style cucumber-chili salad.
The delicate and greaseless fried seafood plate that had a lot of us swooning is a tad heavier these days.
The only criticism would be that, while Café Conor's all-day breakfast menu is often praised for being clean and greaseless, I'd have liked a little butter, a little moisture on that great gastronomic comfort blanket, the potato bread.
The fish was great, encased in a light, nicely seasoned, largely greaseless batter.
From the start, he made a greaseless clam fritter.
Close behind comes a plate of springy little fried shrimp cakes, greaseless and hinting of lemon grass in their seasoning.
Better versions are available at Blue Ribbon and Blue Ribbon Sushi and Grill; though the fried chicken at Brooklyn Bowl is crisp and greaseless, the crust's Old Bay-dominated seasoning overwhelmed the bird.
Chicken was greaseless, coating was crispy with a faint whisper of chipotle.
The relatively dense schnitzel are greaseless to the touch, a feat requiring quick hops between three frying pans.
A greaseless fritto misto piled on the plate includes sardines, squid and tiny whitebait not much bigger than a piece of orzo.