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fritter

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfritterfrit‧ter1 /ˈfrɪtə $ -ər/ verb   fritter something ↔ awayfritterfritter2 noun [countable]  DFDa thin piece of fruit, vegetable, or meat covered with a mixture of eggs and flour and cooked in hot fatapple/corn/banana etc fritter
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fritterapple frittersUsing a fish slice, transfer the cooked fritters to paper towels to drain.They can also be prepared in eggy fritters.Oil foamed around the islands of fritters, heat escaped through their centers to the pimpled surface.This is an updated version of the recipe for Passover fritters passed down in her family.These fritters are especially delicious with stewed prunes with orange juice as an accompaniment, if desired.Turn fritters constantly and cook for approximately 5 minutes.
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