Definition of dripping
: fat and juices drawn from meat during cooking —often used in plural
Examples of dripping in a Sentence
He cooked a turkey and made gravy from the drippings.
Pour the dripping from the pan.
Recent Examples of dripping from the Web
Nancy Silverton’s pane bianco is there to soak up all the drippings.
Of course, water use depends on the weather and the size and kind of plants, but a half hour of dripping per day is usually about right.
Cook onion in reserved drippings until tender but not brown; 3.
Bacon drippings flavor pearly grains of einkorn cooked risotto-like with ramps and morels.
In fact, coconut oil may be as unhealthy as beef drippings and butter.
With all the aromatics in the marinade, these chops don’t need a sauce, though a spoonful or two of the drippings makes them glisten and intensifies their already wonderfully rich flavor: the taste of good, fatty pork.
Add the cooked, drained beans, plus any roast pork drippings and enough of the bean cooking stock liquid to cover beans.
Melt 1/2 stick of butter in frying pan with 2 tablespoons bacon drippings.
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Definition of dripping for English Language Learners
: the fat and juices that come out of meat during cooking ( US ) ( Brit )
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