Adjective "Breaded" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈbrɛdɪd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

(of food) coated with breadcrumbs and then fried.
  1. 'Not feeling all that hungry, I chose to go with the fried breaded peppers stuffed with feta cheese for my main course.'
  2. 'The new menu, which offers dishes such as sweet and sour chicken and breaded sole, will feature fresh produce rather than processed food.'
  3. 'Stay away from packaged prepared breaded meats as well as processed meats to a large extent.'
  4. 'Try its breaded bananas to get your night off to a great start.'
  5. 'The breaded meat, fried to crispness, is served with mashed potatoes and a simple salad on the side.'
  6. 'We sat on the sea walls, swinging our legs, and filling our mouths with salty, breaded seafood, as we inhaled the salty fresh air.'
  7. 'And these recipes look delicious: spicy Indian fried fish, breaded pork steaks, fried onion rings, and sweet potato fritters.'
  8. 'The lightly breaded lemon chicken was crisp, tender and well-matched with a refreshingly more-tart-than-sweet lemon sauce.'
  9. 'His breaded pork escalopes come tender but crunchy with unctuous buttery anchovies and fried egg, an interesting spin on the Weiner Schnitzel theme.'
  10. 'He saw that the hotboxes held breaded chicken strips.'

Definitions

1. a kind of food made of flour or meal that has been mixed with milk or water, made into a dough or batter, with or without yeast or other leavening agent, and baked.

2. food or sustenance; livelihood: to earn one's bread.

3. Slang. money.

4. Ecclesiastical. the wafer or bread used in a Eucharistic service. verb (used with object)

5. Cookery. to cover with breadcrumbs or meal. Idioms

6. break bread, to eat a meal, especially in companionable association with others. to d

More examples(as adjective)

"escalopeses can be breaded."

Origin

(bread)