shattery

shattery

(ˈʃætərɪ)
adj
1. dialect English (of rock or soil) liable to shatter or crumble
2. ramshackle, rickety, or unsteady
3. pertaining to tobacco leaves that are dead, dry, or brittle
4. (of a person) giddy
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These fragile, shattery fried leaves are a striking complement to simply cooked seafoods, eggs, meats, or composed salads; they also make an intriguing condiment when dropped on hot melted cheese or baked potatoes.
To get crisp, shattery, lacy rounds, pour a thin batter through a funnel or squirt it from a squeeze bottle.