verb (used with object), fric·as·seed, fric·as·see·ing.
- frick, henry clay,
Origin of fricassee
Examples from the Web for fricasseed
Examples are baking powder biscuit with meat stew or fricasseed chicken and corn bread with bacon and eggs or ham.
Fricasseed snapping turtle and roast pig were among the choice dishes.Jersey City and its Historic Sites|Harriet Phillips Eaton
Little did Hawthorne's guests imagine they were being basted, roasted, or fricasseed for the edification of posterity.
Shall they be fricasseed, broiled, fried, or made into a potpie?Frank Merriwell at Yale|Burt L. Standish
A faint, mixed perfume of violet sachet and fricasseed chicken attended her.Annie Kilburn|William Dean Howells
verb -sees, -seeing or -seed
Word Origin for fricassee
1560s, from Middle French fricassée, fem. past participle of fricasser "mince and cook in sauce" (15c.), of uncertain origin, perhaps related to or compounded from Middle French frire "to fry" (see fry (v.)) and casser, quasser "break, cut up." As a verb, from 1650s.