Examples of croquette in a Sentence
a fish croquette that tasted more of filler than of fish
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Shared plates and appetizers include roasted cauliflower with pine nut and garlic emulsion; mushroom croquettes with truffle aioli; sea scallops with sunchoke purée and ossetra caviar; and beef carpaccio with tomato, Parmesan and white truffle oil.
Shared appetizers revolve around plates of marinated olives, roasted cauliflower, mushroom croquettes, carrot and ginger soup, roasted beets, jam and pan con tomate, and a cheese board served with tapenade, fig jam and marcona almonds.
Three fried croquettes filled with mashed eggplant were perfectly at ease with smoky shavings of skipjack tuna and a chilled bed of gribiche sauce, lightly tart with yuzu.
Check out the four-course prix fixe with dishes like roasted lamb lavash, wild mushroom croquettes, linguine calabrese and a chocolate caramel tart.$65/person, 4-10 p.m. Feb. 14-16, and 3-10 p.m. Feb. 17.
Gillanders frequently pushes the right buttons, as with a quartet of black truffle croquettes encasing a matrix of gooey aged white cheddar and jalapeño and releasing a fungal ambrosia that rises to your nostrils.
Pig’s trotters stewed to creaminess with whole-grain mustard are fried into warm croquettes.
Sure, everyone enjoys a plate of crunchy croquettes and beef tongue slowly braised in peppery tomato sauce — served at Bar Gernika, Leku Ona and Epi’s in Meridian — but modern-day Basque cuisine is sorely missing from the dining scene here.
Dry aged duck is glazed with raspberry vinegar and served with breaded confit leg meat crisped into a croquette and a crépinette of duck heart.
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Origin and Etymology of croquette
First Known Use: 1706See Words from the same year
CROQUETTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of croquette for English Language Learners
: a roll or ball of meat, fish, or vegetables that is covered with egg and bread crumbs and fried in oil
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