Definition of Croutons

1. Noun. (plural of crouton) ¹



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Definition of Croutons

1. crouton [n] - See also: crouton

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Croutons

croupous
croupous bronchitis
croupous laryngitis
croupous lymph
croupous membrane
croups
croupy
crouse
crousely
croustade
croustades
crout
croute
croutes
crouton
croutons (current term)
crouts
crouzon's disease
crouzon syndrome
crow
crow's-feet
crow's-foot
crow's-nest
crow's feet
crow's foot
crow's nest
crow's nests
crow-bait
crow-eater
crow-eaters

Literary usage of Croutons

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1. Chafing-dish Recipes by Mrs Gesine Knubel Lemcke, Gesine Lemcke (1896)
"Sardines en croutons.—Open a box of sardines, carefully turn them out of the box without breaking, lay them on a plate, and scrape off the loose skin; ..."

2. Pan-Pacific Cook Book: Savory Bits from the World's Fare by Linie Loyall McLaren (1915)
"EGGS AUX croutons Rub a hot frying pan with a sliced clove of garlic and then heat in it a wineglass each of olive oil and melted butter. ..."

3. A Summer Voyage on the River Saône by Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1887)
"composed of different kinds of fish and served in an abundant soup-like sauce on buttered croutons. It is an intermediate invention between the ..."

4. The Young Woman's Journal by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Young Women's Mutual Improvement Association (1906)
"croutons are made of stale bread slightly buttered, cut Into squares and carefully toasted to a golden brown; to be eaten with soup. ..."

5. The Murrey Collection of Cookery Books by Thomas Jefferson Murrey (1895)
"... it into a hot tureen, and serve with croutons. If convenient the breast of a boiled chicken may be added. Fish Chowder.—Take two fine, fresh codfish, ..."

6. The Treasury of French Cookery: A Collection of the Best French Recipes by Harriett Toogood (1866)
"OMELETTE AUX croutons. Cut bread crumb in thin slices. Toast these, and boil them in strong meat gravy or juice. Mix this with the eggs beaten up for an ..."

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