chicken-fried
chicken-fried [chik′ənfrīd΄ ]
adj.
coated with seasoned flour or batter and fried [chicken-fried steak]

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chick·en-fried (chĭkʹən-frīdʹ) adj.
Coated with batter and seasoned flour and fried: “endless iron skillets overflowing with chicken-fried steak” (Joel Achenbach).

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