doughy


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having the consistency of dough because of insufficient leavening or improper cooking

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Not too doughy, they have a decent amount of dried fruit although they're not packed.
It is a real shame because in reality you cannot beat an authentic fast cooked balti served up sizzling in a bowl accompanied by a doughy naan bread.
These are soft and doughy with just the right consistency and texture.
Another tale has it that an angel told him in a dream to remove the doughy center.
A NICE doughy base with big thick slices of pepperoni and plenty of cheese.
Such as the mixing of bakery premix powder with a low melting fat, the mixing of sugar, oil and other additives to produce a doughy cookie filling, or the mixing of potato flakes with water and other additives.
Sorghum stalks contain the most juice when the seeds are at the tough, doughy stage.
A few years ago, for example, they improved the survival of their hawkmoth caterpillars just by tightening up cleanliness in preparing the weekly lump of doughy caterpillar food.
Her flesh, if we call it flesh, was spongy and doughy, more flexible than fungible, smudged like newly printed money.
The Democrats have A1 From, the doughy but prescient founder of the "New" Democrats; Richard Gephardt, the earnest and left-learning climber; and at the helm, Bill the Waverer.
According to a recent survey by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA), twice as many American adults prefer the delicious doughy treat to any other fair food item.
It's not his face, though age has blessed it with the doughy folds of a Chelsea bun.
Joan, 50, immediately took her Greggs stottie cakes - a Geordie favourite of doughy flat bread - with pease pudding.