deboned

ADJECTIVE
  1. having had the bones removed
    a boneless rib roast
    a boned (or deboned) fish
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How To Use deboned In A Sentence

  • Add the deboned meat and continue to cook, stirring, until drumsticks and meat are golden brown, four to five minutes.
  • Soak deboned rabbit meat in a salt water brine for 3 days. BBQ rabbit
  • Marks & Spencer sells Oisin-farmed venison steaks and joints; and, from the end of November, deboned and stuffed ballottine of pheasant.
  • The red snapper we had chosen came to the table deboned and butterflied, where it was served onto our plates with a garnish of endive, radicchio, lemon wedges and capers.
  • Uruguay vaccinated its cattle with relatively small numbers slaughtered and was able to export deboned beef to the European Union on November 1, 2001.
  • Suitable meats include poultry, rabbit, or beef that has been deboned.
  • He watched admiringly as waiters deboned his very fine grilled sole into two neat fillets.
  • The objective of this research was to compare some chemical and physical characteristics of mechanically deboned and hand deboned turkey meat and beef.
  • The fish itself arrives descaled and deboned from the supplier.
  • Customers can take bones when they buy deboned meat if it is for human consumption.
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