Examples of croquette in a Sentence
a fish croquette that tasted more of filler than of fish
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His bay scallops, mushrooms and black truffles served on a bed of pesto risotto; buffalo tenderloin (melted in my mouth); and lamb chops and shredded lamb croquette dish were all memorable.
Examples include croquettes made to resemble classic mozzarella sticks and nachos made with Indian bread as the base.
Chawanmushi custard, octopus croquette and giant crispy pork skin are among the dishes.
Head to Bistro Dukes'—an upscale, but not highfalutin affair—for a refined take on classic Belgian fare, like crispy pheasant croquettes, served in a tart cranberry gel.
Specials change daily, offering dishes such as salmon croquettes, oxtails and potatoes, and liver and onions.
Parachute: The trailblazing proprietors of this no-frills hotspot bend and break the rules of Korean cuisine to create original and memorable meals—think tapioca croquettes topped with furikake and chicken-and-egg bibimbap.
Jambalaya is served in Anderson Township and smoked trout croquettes are offered in O’Bryonville.
The warm croquettes are pulled off the salad and the plates of lettuce go back in the lowboy refrigerators to chill.
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Origin and Etymology of croquette
First Known Use: 1706See Words from the same year
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