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Synonyms for fritter

small quantity of fried batter containing fruit or meat or vegetables

spend frivolously and unwisely

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He and I bumped into each other at Heathrow Airport, as I was trying to claim my free papaya and banana fritter, one of the benefits of the frequent flyer air miles programme.
90 Chips pounds 2 Plain soft noodles pounds 3 Banana fritter with honey and syrup pounds 3
We could have had the likes of kulfi, banana split and banana fritter.
Lynn and I progressed on to coffee while Murray and Ewan shared a pretty standard banana fritter that they enjoyed well enough.
For dessert, we had bowls of ice cream and added a banana fritter.
Banana fritter 300 cals,22g fa 2 glasses white wine 160 cals,.
Another taster from the soulful Miss Anderson's new album and it's as smooth as a banana fritter.
I'll have a fizzy orange, two helpings of strawberry sundae and a banana fritter.
But that would be my wife's dessert of the day every single day of the year, so she wolfed down a generous portion while I enjoyed a banana fritter with a scoop of good quality vanilla ice-cream.
The other way in which we like to use bananas is in hot form, such as the banana fritter.
Local shopkeepers said that Bur Dubai is fabled for its samosas, a fried or baked pastry stuffed with savories; onion and chili fritters; and banana fritters and some of the oldest families living in the UAE have religiously bought their Iftar snacks from the narrow streets in the Deira creekside for over 20 years.
Others around the table dived in for seconds, saying the taste had grown on them, but a combination of being full and having a mouth still stuck together since my first foray, I turned my attention to Pisang Goreng - banana fritters.
And there are many takers for fresh home-made delicacies such as samosas, kebabs, aloo tikki (potato cutlets) banana fritters and cheese rolls among other mouth-watering Ramadan snacks that come at a reasonable price.
The caterer for the event was McKenney, of Framingham, and note the extensive menu: Blue point oyster cocktail, olives, sweet mixed pickles, celery, half-broiled chicken, cranberry sauce, hot mashed potatoes, fresh vegetables, banana fritters, rolls, butter, assorted ices, cake, Roquefort cheese and crackers, coffee, and cigarettes and cigars.