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crispy in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcrispycrisp‧y /ˈkrɪspi/ adjective  DFfood that is crispy is pleasantly hard on the outside a piece of crispy fried breadsee thesaurus at hard
Examples from the Corpus
crispyCook under a hot grill until brown and crispy.His playing was so beautifully put, with his famous runs, crispy, all the same size of a pearl.I can't explain how they do it, but these french fries seem to be twice as crispy as most.crispy fresh lettucePour the sauce over the leeks, sprinkle with fresh breadcrumbs and grill until crispy on top.Savoy Crunch peanuts are coated in a crispy shell in smoked bacon or sweet and sour flavours.You may indeed have to overcome a bias against fish served in a form other than crispy sticks.A faithful clientele returns for the lavish portions, the crispy tempura and the freshest sushi.Soon the trees will bear apples whose crispy, white flesh will not turn brown even hours after being cut open.