On the bill of fare of Basque restaurants in Nevada and Idaho, croquetas are croquettes, usually spherical in shape, fried crisp and golden brown on the outside, and containing a creamy mix of chicken or ham and bechamel within. They serve as a side dish to a meal or are one of several tapas in taverns with a Basque or Spanish accent.

Restaurants With This Dish

Bar Gernika


District Donuts Sliders Brew



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