white meat

NOUN
  1. meat carved from the breast of a fowl
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How To Use white meat In A Sentence

  • The white meat particularly enjoys the company of bright citrus dressings, which is why I always grate a little lime zest into my crabcakes. Life and style | guardian.co.uk
  • The stone came down with a thump on the white meat, and thereafter arose and fell in a sort of tom-tom accompaniment to the poet's song: CHAPTER VII
  • You'll wanna spoon the goopy sauce over rice, it is crack-sauce; extra-crispy batter, tender chicken chunks *ask for white meat if you don't like thigh meat* -- and for delivery, they do make an effort to keep the chicken crispy by popping open the corner of the container. Recent Reviews Near San Francisco, CA
  • Remove the scallops from their shells and discard the ‘skirts’, leaving only the white meat and orange roe.
  • The white meat in it had been carved a quarter of an inch thick.
  • Carefully slice away the thin membrane which covers the monkfish tail, to reveal the firm white meat.
  • She preferred white meat and warm buttered rolls, but she wasn't choosy.
  • Drink as an aperitif, or with rich, herby fish or white meat dishes. Times, Sunday Times
  • The mole chicken was pretty authentic, perfectly cooked white meat in a rich brown sauce of cacao mingled with spices.
  • ‘See how easily the white meat slices,’ a dark, rumbling voice purled around the gunner's ears.
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