Infinitive:   crispify
3rd person:   crispifies
Present:   crispifying
Gerund:   crispifying
Past:   crispified
Perfect:   crispified

To become or cause to be crispy, especially to make foods crunchy by frying or baking.  To undergo or perform crispening / crispification / toasting / crunchification.


However, neglecting a few seemingly tiny details can lead to a cookroom snafu:  Instead of chunky, crispified disks, we'll be handing out spoons to our diners beforehand.  Because they will be obliged to gulp a chow that, albeit tasty, can aptly be described in terms of consistency with the respectful word "porridge" (frankly: slop)(Source: J∙ Okram - Bartonian Potato Pancakes  ●  Cooking Recipe.) 

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Julion Okram's Word Explainer is a concise dictionary of uncommon, less standard and expert words appearing in mystery thrillers and science fiction adventures.  It contains little-known or fictional geographical names, scientific terms, slang, professional jargons, archaisms, dialects, neologisms, composite expressions, etc⋅.  Find word definitions, alternative meanings, occasional notes about etymology and stems, and story-related contextual remarks.  The entire vocabulary is searchable online.  Readers wishing to go offline or have a printed reference at hand can download this full glossary as a wordbook in PDF format.