Croquette

Croquette

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

A mixture of chopped savoury food, bound with sauce, formed into a small cork or cylinder shape, then dipped in egg, crumbed and fried. Well-made croquettes make a delicious entrée or lunch dish. Their texture should be such that the creamy inside contrasts deliciously with the crisp crumb covering. They can be made with freshly cooked ingredients but are also an attractive way of using leftover food.

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