fried വറുത്ത


fried = വറുത്ത

Pronunciation =  fried

Pronunciation in Malayalam = ഫ്രൈഡ്

fried in Malayalam: വറുത്ത

Part of speechadjective

Definition in English: cooked by frying in fat.
cook (food) in hot fat or oil, typically in a shallow pan.
past and past participle of fry. 

Definition in Malayalam: കൊഴുപ്പ് വറുത്തുകൊണ്ടു പാകംചെയ്തു.
ചൂടുള്ള കൊഴുപ്പ് അല്ലെങ്കിൽ എണ്ണയിൽ പാചകം ചെയ്യുക, സാധാരണയായി ആഴമില്ലാത്ത പാളിയിൽ.

Examples in English:

  • She rolled the pieces of meat in flour and deep fried them in oil.

Examples in Malayalam:

  • അവൾ ഇറച്ചി മാവിൽ ഉരുട്ടി അവയെ എണ്ണയിൽ വറുത്തു.

Synonyms of fried

Synonyms in Malayalam തവിട്ടു നിറമുള്ള,പൊരിച്ച, , പാൻ-വറുത്ത, ഇളക്കി-വറുത്ത
Synonyms in English browned,sauteed,frizzle, pan-fried, stir-fried

Antonyms of fried

Antonyms in Malayalam പാകം ചെയ്യാത്ത, ശുദ്ധമായ
Antonyms in English raw, fresh

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