broasted

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a plate of broasted chicken from Pakistan

EtymologyEdit

Blend of broiled and roasted.

AdjectiveEdit

broasted (not comparable)

  1. Fried under pressure.
    • 2004, Joanne Raetz Stuttgen, Cafe Wisconsin: a guide to Wisconsin's down-home cafes, page 21:
      The Phillips Cafe is known for its Flavor Crisp broasted chicken, and Don keeps track of just how much of the crispy poultry pieces he sells each year.
    • 2009, William Gibson, Spook Country:
      She ate a dollar-fifty-nine barbecue beef rib with broasted potatoes off a paper plate on the trunk of the Passat, waiting for Alberto to turn up []

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Last modified on 18 March 2012, at 18:38