unbattered

unbattered

(ʌnˈbætəd)
adj
not battered, beaten, or abused

unbattered

(ʌnˈbætəd)
adj
(Cookery) (of food) not covered in a batter
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It has a slightly dry and leathery feel from the unbattered fried meat and lean fat content.
An unbattered stir-fried entree--like beef & broccoli, mushroom chicken, or sauteed tofu--can save 100,200, or even 300 calories.
Barrett didn't want me to help him, and having smaller kid-sized fingers apparently helps to keep them out of the way and unbattered. Using my Brownells gunsmith hammer (polymer striking face on one side, brass on the other), he got the pin started, then held the bolt catch in place over the spring and hammered the pin until it was most of the way through.
We started with the Salt n Pepper Calamari (PS5), which unbattered and unbreaded is gluten free.
The leaves are all fresh, unsullied and unbattered by wind and the first of the blossom's coming out."
Batter adds more calories to fish, chicken and sausages so ditch some of it or opt for healthier, unbattered alternatives such as grilled fish or roast chicken.
The campaign recommends people order an unbattered smoked sausage instead of a meat pie, breadcrumbed fish not battered and a shish kebab instead of a doner.
And those wanting a healthier takeaway can even opt for baked and unbattered fish with salad.
One might wonder how a man can live to the age of 96 seemingly unbattered by the squalls and tragedies of life.
Among McCain heavily-promoted branded potato products in the American market are Superfries (traditional, unbattered French fries; crinkle cuts, steak fries, and Tasti Tater nuggets) and Ultimate French Fries (specialty cuts of battered/seasoned items including Spirals, Cross Trax and Wedges).
Conrad knocked up a great piece of unbattered cod, roasted and served with parsley butter.
Chow meins are a great choice and if you like sweet and sour, opt for unbattered prawns rather than pork.