Definition of patty
1 : a little pie
2a : a small flat cake of chopped food a hamburger pattyb : a small flat candy a peppermint patty
3 : patty shell
Examples of patty in a Sentence
the enticing aroma of sausage patties sizzling in the skillet
Recent Examples of patty from the Web
Top with a patty, then dollop 2 to 2 1/2 teaspoons blue cheese sauce over the meat, then top with bun.
The Bayside, New York, eatery covers a pizza pie with tiny patties, American cheese, and fries.
The burger, made with fresh beef and billed as hotter and juicer than the original made from a frozen patty, is part of the company's effort to serve tastier food.
Consisting of two quarter-pound patties, mustard, mayo, onion, pickles, lettuce, and tomato, the burger gets an additional topping of Chris Z’s special sauce.
There’s a Nacho Burger that takes a ground carne asada patty, wrapped in a tortilla instead of a bun, which is then deep fried and covered in queso, sour cream and fresh jalapeños.
A few menu examples from The Melt include the $6.49 Mac Daddy, a sandwich filled with mac & cheese, smoked bacon and crispy onions, and an $5.49 original cheddar burger made with a quarter pound angus and wagyu burger patty, tomato and romaine.
The recall affects 82,760 cases of chicken, including chicken strips, fritters, patties, and nuggets.
Fry patties in butter about 5 minutes on each side or until brown.
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Origin and Etymology of patty
French pâté pâté
First Known Use: 1660See Words from the same year
PATTY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of patty for English Language Learners
: a small, flat cake of chopped food
: a soft, flat candy
PATTY Defined for Kids
Definition of patty for Students
: a small flat cake of chopped food a hamburger patty
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