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fry in Cooking topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfryfry1 /fraɪ/ ●●● S2 W3 verb (fried, frying, fries)  1 [intransitive, transitive]DFC to cook something in hot fat or oil, or to be cooked in hot fat or oil Fry the potatoes, covered, for about 20 minutes. I could smell onions frying. deep fry, stir-fry1see thesaurus at cook2 [intransitive, transitive] American English informalDIE to kill someone in an electric chair, or to be killed in an electric chair, as a punishmentGrammarFry belongs to a group of verbs where the same noun can be the subject of the verb or its object. You can say: I’m frying some fish. In this sentence, ‘some fish’ is the object of fry.You can say: Some fish is frying. In this sentence, ‘some fish’ is the subject of fry.→ See Verb table
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fryMushrooms are best when fried in olive oil.Whether you want to bake or boil, steam or fry, Prestige has a quality product that you can rely on.Quickly fry rabbit pieces until golden brown on all sides, 6 to 8 minutes.Heat the oil and fry the chicken for 10-15 minutes.They roasted and stewed and fried the meats and served them with traditional staples made from corn or flour.Fry the onions gently for five minutes.The semiconductor devices are all fairly sensitive to excess heat, so don't fry them during soldering!