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minced cooked meats (or vegetables) in thick white sauce

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They've supplied the fantastic Blue Cheese Croquettes recipe on this page.
The plentiful portion of ox cheek was melt in the mouth beautiful and was accompanied with a rich jus and crispy croquettes.
Drain really well and pat dry with kitchen paper (it's important to do this thoroughly as excess water will make the croquettes a little wet).
I immediately turn to my Spanish translator, looking to confirm that croquetas actually do mean croquettes and that our host-dad isn't kidding.
Left, a quinoa and Parmesan croquette, the second course, represented the Peruvian portion of the menu; above, the table, set in festive fashion, matched the colorful food; and below, a Spanish wine to kick off the meal.
Produced by Cheviot Foods, under licence from Centura Foods, Bisto Croquettes is rmade from 100% British mashed potato
Divide between four plates or bowls and top each one with an egg croquette.
The company has been presented with awards for their Melted Cheese & Beer Croquette, Mexican Mini Fishcake, West Country Lemon Sole & Asparagus Fishcake and their Coquilles St Jacques products.
Serrano ham also comes forth separately as a tapas toast item ($4) with truffle butter, in croquette form ($5), and as paquetitos ($6) which translate into warm paninis stuffed with manchego cheese and artichoke.
Cheviot commercial director Ian Lindsay said: "The frozen croquette market is largely in decline, mainly due to too much concentration on price.
Croquette Co This Vale-based new independent food business hand bakes delicious vegan and vegetarian croquettes, inspired by flavours found all over Europe.
Taking inspiration from the railway location and the old import and export trade, the menu featured dishes such as a coffee and treacle infused ham hock, confit duck leg and egg ravioli, beer braised daube of beef with a langoustine bisque sauce and a Secret Diners Club twist on fish and chips; cod loin, crispy cod skin, shrimp, salt cod and pancetta croquette.
Just reading the dishes has me drooling on my keyboard - not a great look and a tad messy, you'll agree - but roast diver scallops, pork croquette, marinated carrots with raisin and caper vinaigrette followed by fillet of Cornish turbot, spring peas, wild garlic, morel mushrooms and Wye Valley asparagus.