a tiny cake made from batter, often containing fruit, veggies, or seafood, sautéed or deep-fried.
A dish produced by deep-frying meals coated in batter.
A small number of batter, fried in boiling lard or perhaps in a frying cooking pan. Fritters are of various kinds, known as through the material inclosed into the batter.
A fragment; a shred; a tiny piece.
a little cake of batter, often containing a slice of some good fresh fruit, clams or oysters either sliced or entire, and/or like, sweetened or experienced, fried in boiling lard, and served hot: as, apple fritters; peach fritters; oyster fritters.
A fragment; a shred; a little piece.
plural Specifically, in whale-fishery, tendinous fibers of the whale's blubber, operating in various directions, and connecting the mobile compound which contains the oil.
tiny volume of fried batter containing fruit or beef or veggies