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croquette in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcroquettecro‧quette /krəʊˈket $ kroʊ-/ noun [countable]  DFa piece of crushed meat, fish, potato etc that is made into a small round piece, covered in breadcrumbs, and cooked in oil
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croquetteBetween the two, there's a warm goat cheese croquette with beet tartare, oysters Rockefeller, and other seductive offerings.Transfer cooked croquettes to a plate and keep them warm while frying the remaining mixture.Drop small spoonfuls of croquette mixture into the pan, taking care not to crowd them.It precedes a saute of liver and bacon, potato croquettes and fruit salad.Most people can manage to put away only one of the croquettes, which means one tasty salmon burger for dinner.The croquettes have a crunchy golden exterior and the tender minced salmon is moist and well seasoned.