The croquettes I remember are different than any other croquette.
This is a man who loves his vegetables more than any croquette or jamón ibérico.
The croquette first given is dry when fried, and even the second form is somewhat so, many preferring them so.
Fold the sides of the leaf over and roll into croquette shape.
Arrange in croquette basket and fry a golden brown in deep, hot Cottolene.
Form into croquette balls; dip in beaten egg and bread crumbs.
The difference between a croquette and a cutlet is just in the shape.
croquette, krok-et′, n. a ball of minced meat or fish, seasoned and fried.
The crust should be crisp, and the center creamy, the same as a croquette.
Make a border of mashed (croquette) potato around each dish.
1706, from French croquette (17c.), from croquer "to crunch" (imitative) + diminutive suffix -ette.