Noun(1) minced cooked meats (or vegetables
(1) a potato croquette(2) The chickpea croquettes called falafel and the ever-popular chickpea dip, hummus, are both very good.(3) The best of our tapas starters was unquestionably the goat's cheese croquettes .(4) Shallow-fry three frozen smoked haddock croquettes and lay these on top of the crab.(5) Zucchini croquettes were my second choice, fried in batter, but without the slightest hint of grease, they were light and extremely tasty.(6) On the traditional side, I'd recommend the cod croquettes , deep-fried to create a crispy exterior.(7) He said the croquettes were perfectly adequate and tasty, but again nothing outstanding.(8) Chips, crisps, wedges and croquettes just don't make the menu for those with one eye on calories and the other on the scales.(9) From a street stall came the inviting smell of fried ham croquettes .(10) A list of tapas includes garlic shrimp or mushrooms, rice and seafood croquettes , fried calamari and sardines.(11) In France, batter is transformed into crisp beignets and croquettes , into traditional waffles peculiar to each region, and into smooth, light crÔö£┬¼pes.(12) My favourite was the shrimp croquettes , browned balls that looked like potato puffs but tasted like shrimp.(13) On a completely different note, I am going to try making croquettes with rice instead of potato and with canned tuna instead of mince.(14) More mundane items were handled with equal care, such as the home-made potato croquettes .(15) On our night it was beef casserole with spinach and potato croquettes .(16) Croquettes proved popular with my companions, who ordered both leek and potato, and spinach croquettes .
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