Definition of country-fried in English:

country-fried

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adjective

North American
1(Of an item of food) covered in batter, flour, or breadcrumbs and fried: country-fried steak
More example sentences
  • Blue collar workers sit eating their country fried steak platters.
  • Expected to be in competition with the hamburger for the state food honor will be "country-fried tofu" which is supported by the vegetarians.
  • What else have you got besides country fried something or other?
1.1 informal Rural or unsophisticated: country-fried tunes
More example sentences
  • It turns out the demographic has an insatiable yen for humor that skewers country-fried stereotypes.
  • What Califone have come up with is a real old-time down-home country-fried sound.
  • Strange but true, the squeaky clean crooner's country-fried approach to Wayne as he lusts after Emily adds a little spice to an otherwise bland dish.

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