Cut the remains of cold chicken (or turkey) into pieces about an inch
long and marinate them in a bowl containing one tablespoon of olive oil;
one teaspoon of tarragon vinegar or lemon juice, a few drops of onion
juice, salt and pepper. At the end of half an hour sprinkle with finely
chopped parsley, dip them in fritter batter, and fry in boiling fat.
Drain on a brown paper, and serve with or without tomato or brown sauce.
In some parts of Italy this dish is made of several kinds of cold meats,
poultry, brains, etc. (the greater the variety the better), served on
the same platter, and in Spain all kinds of cold vegetables are fried in
batter and served together.