Dredge with flour at least twice, as this makes a crisp and relishable outer crust.
One of the most relishable pieces of humor evolved in some time.
For months I entered the ecstatic union, comprehending why the Upanishads say God is rasa , "the most relishable."
A little salt was added, and the meal was one of the most relishable I had ever eaten.
I was sure there was little here that might not be thawed into relishable and nourishing food and drink by a good fire.
The "boys" are caught—it was a "good 'un;" and to the enjoyment of a relishable supper was added a hearty laugh.
1520s, "taste, flavor," alteration of reles "scent, taste, aftertaste," (c.1300), from Old French relais, reles, "something remaining, that which is left behind," from relaisser "to leave behind" (see release (v.)). Meaning "enjoyment of the taste or flavor of something" is attested from 1640s. Sense of "condiment, that which imparts flavor" is first recorded 1797. The stuff you put on hot dogs is a sweet green pickle relish.
1560s "give flavor to" (implied in relished), from relish (n.). The transferred sense of "to enjoy, take pleasure in" is from 1590s. Related: Relishing.