dry-roasted

dry-roasted

adj
(Cookery) roasted without oil

dry′-roast′ed

or dry′-roast`,



adj.
roasted with little or no oil.
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The seeds are dry-roasted without their shells so that you can just pop them in your mouth without chewing on (or trying to pick off) the shell.
Spray your favourite meat with low-calorie cooking spray before roasting, instead of lathering in oil or butter, and enjoy with dry-roasted spuds and lots of colourful veg.
In the West, where roasted and dry-roasted peanuts are common, there are far more people with peanut allergies than in the East, where peanuts are more often eaten raw, boiled or fried.
5 ounces of dry-roasted, lightly salted almonds daily helps curb your appetite and regulate blood sugar.
68 or two for PS2; and KP dry-roasted peanuts (300g) have been lopped by 79p to PS1.
5 ounces of dry-roasted, lightly salted almonds every day experience reduced hunger and improved dietary vitamin E and monounsaturated ("good") fat intake without increasing body weight.
Aroma: A blend of fruits: citrus, lemon, and peaches, with hints of mint and dry-roasted nutty malt flavors.
He's launching original salted and dry-roasted peanuts now (rsp: [pounds sterling]i.
Maui Caramacs feature delicate dry-roasted Macadamias smothered in smooth caramel and covered with rich milk chocolate, packaged in the company's new Stand Up Boxes.
30 /PRNewswire/ -- Meijer initiated a voluntary recall of two types of its Meijer Brand dry-roasted peanuts and four types of Meijer Brand ice cream novelties sold in all of its stores in Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky.
Our grotty lot is completed by a lone dry-roasted peanut and one Quavers crisp plus an empty packet.
Matters are further complicated when it turns out some of this fat is "bad fat"; the nuts were not dry-roasted but cooked in cottonseed oil.