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verb[WITH OBJECT]as adjective deep-fried
Fry (food) in an amount of fat or oil sufficient to cover it completely.‘deep-fried onion rings’
- ‘Fritters are generally eaten immediately after cooking, as, like all deep-fried foods, they taste best hot and fresh.’
- ‘There are even a few culinary tips - like how to cook deep-fried pasta.’
- ‘Draped around foods before they're deep-fried, it keeps them from losing moisture and flavor.’
- ‘The tiny purple berries are used to make sparkling jams and the blossoms are deep-fried into fritters.’
- ‘Mom, who usually gets battered and deep-fried prawns when she eats Chinese, said these were the best she's had.’
- ‘I'll tell you what, one of these days I'm going to cook up some deep-fried steak in the clubhouse.’
- ‘This dish is deep-fried crispy rice parcels stuffed with chicken and bamboo shoots and served with sweet chilli sauce.’
- ‘The meat can also be deep-fried to cook it and remove most of the moisture’
- ‘Originally, the recipe said to shallow or deep-fry the dumplings.’
- ‘It has issued new standards for cooking oil used to cook deep-fry food in an effort to prevent the use of old and contaminated oil.’
- ‘The katsudon is a deep-fried and breaded pork cutlet served with a sauce that has a dark, rich flavour somewhat like a tangier steak sauce.’
- ‘They must have deep-fried it, and then warmed in up again on a grill, because one side had an extra browning on one side.’
- ‘It was a delight of crispy, crunchy deep-fried sweet potato, veggies and huge shrimp.’
- ‘Eating at fast-food restaurants, deep-frying foods, and adding spreads such as butter and margarine were common among approximately 30-45% of participants.’
- ‘When cooking deep-fried food, dry it before you put it in the hot oil.’
- ‘Melons should not be eaten with heavy foods like cheese, deep-fried foods or the heavier grains.’
- ‘They can be deep-fried, and a chef will do that for you at the show cooking corner.’
- ‘I especially liked the cod, which tasted fresh despite being deep-fried.’
- ‘For my main course, I had the deep-fried lemon sole, again lightly breaded, and served with a tartare sauce.’
- ‘The town is also famous for its kripik tempeh, a crispy cracker made by deep-frying thin slices of fresh tempeh in a batter of secret ingredients’
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