Crispy [adjective]

Definition of Crispy:

easily hurt or destroyed

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Sentence/Example of Crispy:

With the best budget toasters on the market, you can enjoy an evenly browned, crispy slice with your breakfast and put all that money you saved toward a tasty takeout dinner.

Pan-fry the dumplings on one side — or, if you prefer, all over — until golden brown and crispy, 3 to 4 minutes per side.

The edges get almost a crispy lacework from all the butter and fat.

With Persian tahdig — the fluffy-rice, crispy-bottom classic — practice makes perfectStart with the spicy, herb-packed ghalieh mahi.

The phyllo will get super crispy, but it is still quite tasty.

Using a spatula, scrape the meatballs and any fat and crispy bits stuck to the pan into the soup.

Here, the nutty grains of steel-cut oats offset a fried egg, sautéed mushrooms, kimchi and crispy onions.

She then toasts them in a pan to get a crispy layer on the outside, and then finishes them in the oven.

These potato recipes are audibly crispy — without the deep-fryingGet rid of the moisture.

Anyone can enjoy a plate of crispy latkes washed back with a cocktail.