friable |ˈfrīəbəl|adjectiveeasily crumbled : the soil was friable between her fingers.DERIVATIVESfriability |ˌfrīəˈbilətē| nounfriableness nounORIGIN mid 16th cent.: from French, or from Latinfriabilis, from friare ‘to crumble.’
Another word that doesn't mean what I thought it meant. I was thinking of chicken wings, potato wedges, and Twinkies--stuff that can be fried. Do we really need another word for crumbly?