deep-fat-fry
deep-fat-fry deep-fat-fry v. t. To fry in deep fat. [WordNet 1.5]

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  • deep-fat-fry — verb fry in deep fat deep fry the potato chips • Topics: ↑cooking, ↑cookery, ↑preparation • Hypernyms: ↑fry • Verb Frames: Somebody s something …   Useful english dictionary

  • deep fat — n. Hot liquified fat used to deep fry food. See {deep fry}. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • deep fat — noun : hot fat deep enough in a cooking utensil to cover the food to be fried onion rings fried in deep fat * * * hot fat used for deep frying food. [1950 55] * * * deep fat, enough fat or oil in a pan to cover completely the food to be cooked. * …   Useful english dictionary

  • deep-fry — 1. verb To cook (food) by deep frying.<!not self referential, as deep frying is the term from which deep fry is derived Syn: deep fat fry See Also: deep frying 2. noun A heated cooking pan or appliance used to deep fry foods …   Wiktionary

  • Deep fryer — for restaurant use. A domestic deep fryer with a wire basket A deep frye …   Wikipedia

  • deep´-fry´er — deep fry «DEEP FRY», transitive verb, fried, fry|ing. to fry in deep fat. –deep´ fry´er, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • fry bread — n. a flat wheat bread made by North American Indians of the SW U.S., that is cooked by frying in deep fat until light brown and puffed on both sides: also written frybread * * * …   Universalium

  • fry bread — n. a flat wheat bread made by North American Indians of the SW U.S., that is cooked by frying in deep fat until light brown and puffed on both sides: also written frybread …   English World dictionary

  • fat — n. 1) to trim (away) the fat 2) animal; deep; excess; polyunsaturated; vegetable fat (to fry in deep fat) 3) subcutaneous fat 4) (misc.) (colloq.) to live off the fat of the land ( to live very well ); to chew the fat ( to chat ) * * * [fæt] deep …   Combinatory dictionary

  • deep — 1. adjective /diːp/ a) Having its bottom far down. That is a deep thought! b) Profound, having great meaning or import, but possibly obscure or not obvious …   Wiktionary

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