Meaning of whitebait fritter in English:

whitebait fritter

noun

New Zealand
  • Whitebait deep-fried in batter.

    ‘she made a big whitebait fritter that was cut into wedges’
    • ‘Whitebait fritters are considered the best way to eat the catch.’
    • ‘From the river into the pan moments before tickling the taste buds—he reckons you can't beat an on-the-spot whitebait fritter.’
    • ‘I've been told the whitebait fritters are on the menu for Christmas Day!’
    • ‘The flashing critters were used to make whitebait fritters.’
    • ‘Vendors erect marquees and entertain clients with fine wine and food, including whitebait fritters, Wagyu sausages, and crayfish.’
    • ‘Betty's here with all the ingredients she says you need to make the perfect whitebait fritter.’
    • ‘She brought Sophie whitebait fritters plump as pillows and garnished with lemon wedges.’
    • ‘My favourite food in the whole world is a whitebait fritter—or ideally a whole stream of fritters, coming sizzling hot out of the frying pan, one by one.’
    • ‘From around the world, there are kebabs, paella, whitebait fritters, steamed mussels, fried bread, churros, sushi, ice cream and watermelon, shaved ice, and more.’
    • ‘Failing to attract the throngs of people to their whitebait fritters with fennel and radish salad, the boys stepped their game up a notch.’