A small quantity of batter, fried in boiling lard or in a frying pan. Fritters are of various kinds, named from the substance inclosed in the batter; as, apple fritters, clam fritters, oyster fritters.
To cut, as meat, into small pieces, for frying.
Small cakes made from any of a number of thick plain batters and fried in fat.
A sweet or savory deep-fried cake. A fritter may incorporate food into the batter or single pieces of food may be dipped in batter. Recipes: Recipes for Fritters
Piece of raw or cooked meat, fish, fruit or vegetable coated in batter and deep-fried until crisp, golden and cooked through.
Meat, fish, fruit or vegetable covered in batter or breadcrumbs and deep-fried.
small quantity of fried batter containing fruit or meat or vegetables
a thick batter that is deep-fried
deep fried dough, usually containing pieces of fruit.
Food that has been mixed with a batter and deep fried or sauteed. Fritters may be made with vegetables, fruit, or sometimes meat or shellfish.
Food that has been dipped in batter and deep fried or sauted. These may consist of vegetables, meat, fish, shellfish, or fruit. The food may be dipped in the batter or mixed with the batter and dropped into the hot fat to form little balls. Japanese tempura fried foods are a type of fritter, though this term is not applied to it.
Vegetable or fruit dipped into, or combined with, batter and fried.
Sweet or savoury food coated or mixed into batter, then deep-fried.
(1) A small cake of fried batter sometimes containing fruit or other food. (2)Bits of blubber remaining after rendering, or trying; used as fuel for the rendering process on whale ships.
Sweet or savory foods coated or mixed into batter, then deep fried (also, in French, beignet).
A fritter is any piece of raw or cooked meat, fish,...
The word fritter comes from the Latin frictura ("frying") by way of Old French and Middle English. It is used to refer to a number of fried foods.