fried

All Adjective Verb Noun
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  • The fried version is very commonly served year-round in Chinese restaurants.
  • That's why he fried six million of those guys, you know.
  • It is usually added to hot oil in which onions have been fried golden brown.
  • Gerald Fried was composer from season two through the beginning of season four.
  • They are generally boiled, although they may also be deep-fried in oil until crispy.
  • Most toppings are added without much cooking, although some are deep-fried.
  • Many popular varieties of fried rice have their own specific list of ingredients.
  • Fried argued that secondary tribes develop in one of two ways.
  • They are a fried bread rather than a pancake and are a popular beach food.
  • The third type contains cheese and may be baked or fried, although the latter form is more common.
  • They are most often served in soup, but may be fried.
  • Deep-fried Snickers have also been reported, particularly in the US where that brand is more popular.
  • Most of your catch will be small fish, but will taste delicious when fried in a pan.
  • Finally, the pieces are fried again and then seasoned to taste, often with salt.
  • In the Black Sea region, fish are usually fried with thick corn flour.
  • Fried, however, proposed that most contemporary tribes do not have their origin in pre-state tribes, but rather in pre-state bands.
  • In East Asia, however, they are sometimes used as food (fried).
  • It has a high melting point and so can easily be fried or grilled.
  • Fried onions are a common addition to many meat dishes throughout the country.
  • Deep fried fish skin is a popular side dish at fish ball noodle shops.
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Root form of fried is fry for the verb.

Synonyms of fried

Meaning of fried

  • verb Be excessively hot
    If the children stay out on the beach for another hour, they'll be fried
  • verb Cook on a hot surface using fat
    fry the pancakes