Examples of croquette in a Sentence
a fish croquette that tasted more of filler than of fish
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Snack on an assortment of ham (there’s a ham program), raclette and truffle sandwiches, crudo, foie gras bon-bons, and various types of croquettes.
The tots aren’t tots, strictly speaking, but these potato croquettes change flavors daily and are usually delicious.
This is where eating with your hands typically comes in, as the rice is better enjoyed formed into small croquettes that can be dipped into fresh chili paste and sauce.
Sharing the plate were fine green beans and carrots, along with an irresistible risotto croquette.
Canapés included Scottish langoustines wrapped in smoked salmon (Norway lobsters that are basically small lobsters); garden pea panna cotta (similar to a custard) with quail eggs; and croquette of confit Windsor lamb.
Plus the homemade lemon zest pancakes, salmon croquettes and chocolate cake whenever available.
Culinary director Trevor Faris is behind a menu of Belgian pub food with beer cheese croquettes, boulettes and stoemp (a Belgian dish of meatballs and vegetables) and liege waffles for dessert.
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.
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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
CROQUETTE Defined for Kids
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