Dough sentence example

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  • Stealing papa's dough, I guess.
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  • "I'm not sure I can keep the dough," Fred answered.
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  • When we saw the dough, we both damned near flipped.
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  • He looks around for a place to stash the dough and start a new identity.
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  • She quickly whipped up pancake dough and placed a large iron skillet over the fire with some lard in it.
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  • If Atherton was so broke, where did he get the dough to replace the escrow money he swiped?
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  • Byrne took the dough, not me.
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  • Then she died and he decided to blow all his dough on little Jenny Radisson.
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  • And then they got sick of sitting around, and maybe ran out of dough I guess and figured the heat was off, so they came out.
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  • Where would he come up with that kind of dough to repay you?
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  • Writing of the Tibetan he states: "As a beverage he drinks, all day long, cupfuls of, hot buttered tea, which is really a soup or broth made by boiling tea-leaves with rancid butter and balls of dough, and adding a little salt, and straining - a decoction which was invariably nasty to our taste, though no doubt it is wholesome; for it is not merely a stimulating hot drink in the cold, but overcomes the danger of drinking unboiled water in a country where the water supply is dangerously polluted."
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  • The specialty of the house is crepes---in simple terms, a very thin layer of dough wrapped around various ingredients.
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  • I don't have Shipton's dough or his connections, but I'm not going away either.
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  • Her husband doesn't care—he's got the dough so he closes the deal right there and the guy drives off in the Pace Arrow!
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  • Similarly, food is offered to the snake of dough in the Punjab festival already mentioned (note 2 above).
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  • At midnight all the first-born of the Egyptians are slain and Pharaoh sends the Israelites out of Egypt in haste, and the people took the dough before it was leavened upon kneading troughs upon their shoulders.
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  • With the dough we made on the room, we can afford to come over from Denver for another weekend!
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  • Vinnie was des­perate to place the blame for the missing dough on anyone but himself.
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  • Maybe he swiped the dough and skipped!
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  • Well, somebody took the dough and it weren't me or the twins.
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  • It's not that I can't use the dough but it bugs me, you know?
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  • He and his pals have half the dough and could care less about me.
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  • At marriage they burn benzoin with nim seeds (Melia Azadirachta, Roxburgh) to keep off evil spirits, and prepare the bride-cakes by putting a quantity of benzoin between layers of wheaten dough, closed all round, and frying them in clarified butter.
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  • Since the Colombians and the family started feud­ing over that missing dough things have been happening.
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  • A mass of glass in a viscous state can be rolled with an iron roller like dough; can be rendered hollow by the pressure of the human breath or by compressed air; can be forced by air pressure, or by a mechanically driven plunger, to take the shape and impression of a mould; and can be almost indefinitely extended as solid rod or as hollow tube.
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  • I told him maybe this creep Byrne—the one that's missing—maybe he copped the dough, like we were saying.
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  • Parallel experiments with layers of dough or sand plus some connecting material proved that the particles in all cases moved along the same tracks as would be followed by a flowing cylinder of liquid.
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  • Mr. Winston says you know the whole business— how the dough fell out of the sky.
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  • Little bread is eaten, the Abyssinian preferring a thin cake of durra meal or teff, kneaded with water and exposed to the sun till the dough begins to rise, when it is baked.
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  • I phonied up some stuff on a computer, official-like, from the FBI receipting the dough and showed it to him I thought he bought it but I couldn't be sure.
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  • He needed a lot of dough in a hurry so he started putting the squeeze on everyone in sight, including Cynthia Byrne.
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  • If you are in the mood for dessert, try my cookie dough eggroll.
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  • Homemade turnover dough is stuffed with meat, cheese and your favorite sub toppings.
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  • Add enough milk to make a soft, sticky dough.
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  • Roll and cut your dough into any shape you like.
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  • My ticket cost a whole lot less dough.
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  • Why didn't you just skip as soon as you had the dough?
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  • Miss dough's personal charm and high aims, together with the development of Newnham College under her care, led her to be regarded as one of the foremost leaders of the women's educational movement.
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  • Always seemed to have some dough but never worked much that I remember.
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  • Someone grabbed the dough and Dean didn't believe Baratto or the twins had either the brains or nerve to pull off a heist like that, much less stay mum about it for months.
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  • Unique edible centerpieces are designed by baking cookie dough on lollipop sticks.
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  • knead for 5 minutes until the dough is smooth and elastic.
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  • If the dough becomes sticky, add more flour.
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  • Add to the dry ingredients and mix until it becomes a dough; about two minutes.
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  • Add all ingredients except the flour into the dough.
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  • Cover and refrigerate the dough for about 1 hour or until firm.
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  • Do not over kneed because this will make your dough tough.
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  • After the dough has set, take it out and slice it very thinly.
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  • Line up your dough logs on the cookie sheet.
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  • Add 1/2 cup of walnuts and an extra tablespoon of honey to the dough.
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  • You've got to understand the guy, he didn't want to have any­thing to do with the dough.
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  • Beat the dough for a few minutes to allow any trapped steam to escape from the dough.
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  • Brush the exposed crust with the remaining egg wash, and use a sharp knife to cut a few vent slits in the dough to let steam escape and prevent the crust from breaking.
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  • Shape the dough into short, slim logs with a slight bulge in the middle.
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  • Start with a roll of sugar cookie dough or prepare your favorite sugar cookie recipe.
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  • But those rigs can go for a lot of dough.
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  • Using a wooden spoon, slowly mix in the water until the mixture forms a pliable dough.
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  • You can bet she'd turn Howie in in a minute for that much dough!
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  • I'd guess she left home quite young, perhaps as a mid-teenager, with little or no dough.
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  • Cynthia and the old man do more running Bird Song than you and I'll bet you could use the dough.
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  • You think maybe Byrne might have swiped the dough?
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  • Remove the dough from the heat and cool.
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  • Scranton is close to where he grabbed the dough.
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  • There isn't a lick of evidence to put Byrne anywhere near that dough.
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  • Sending the money is like something he'd do—if he had the dough.
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  • He's probably trying to con you out of some dough.
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  • You rented that apartment for an address to set up a false identity and a place to keep the dough.
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  • fold the stretched dough back over the main section.
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  • Each child then gets to shape a piece of dough, spread it with sauce and then sprinkle their pizza with their own toppings.
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  • Place the dough balls onto your cookie sheet, and bake them only until they turn golden brown.
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  • We also know that any fat or oil can be used for laminated dough.
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  • Puff pastry is a French layered pastry that is made taking a water and flour dough and spreading it with fat - usually butter.
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  • batch of dough?
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  • I told him maybe this creep Byrne—the one that's missing—maybe he copped the dough, like we were saying.
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  • Her husband doesn't care—he's got the dough so he closes the deal right there and the guy drives off in the Pace Arrow!
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  • Sending the money is like something he'd do—if he had the dough.
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  • So you bought the theory that Byrne had stumbled on the dough.
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  • Mr. Winston says you know the whole business— how the dough fell out of the sky.
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  • The mixer includes 2 multi-purpose oversize flat beaters, 2 dough hooks and 1 balloon whisk.
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  • biscuitedated George Palmer's arrival so the only name stamped on the cookie dough was Huntley.
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  • Sprinkle half the Cheese on top and scatter half the herbs and a generous grinding of fresh black pepper over the dough.
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  • bread dough, baked in a ridged mold.
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  • add enough buttermilk to mix to a soft dough.
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  • unique edible centerpieces are designed by baking cookie dough on lollipop sticks.
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  • Plain cookies with a handful of sesame seeds or desiccated coconut added into the dough are delicious.
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  • cold water to form a stiff dough.
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  • You can also add color to the play dough by adding some poster paint with the liquid instead of food coloring.
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  • Make it the same way, but add a few currants to the suet dough, and leave out the lemon completely.
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  • You freeze the dough after the first proving and continue the second process after the dough has thoroughly defrosted.
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  • The process of kneading dough helps develop the gluten network.
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  • Then partially fold the stretched dough back over the main section.
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  • Next, divide the dough into two unequal pieces.
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  • roll the dough out to about 1½ cm thick.
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  • dough for a pizza to Zabaglione.
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  • Draw the mixture into a stiff dough using your fingers.
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  • In antiquity yeast was made from sour dough, which was taken from last year's crop.
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  • Scoop out the soft dough from the inside of the cases then return to the oven for 5 minutes.
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  • Use your hands to work the mixture into a smooth dough, then make the dough into a large ball.
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  • dough hook.
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  • dough mixer.
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  • pizza dough Hello Rosemary, Iâd really like to make my own pizza dough, do you know a good recipe?
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  • The sort of originally the chef reserved pasta dough in the nd.
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  • You never have unwanted cookie dough chasing you around.
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  • Control your dough Whether you're handling pastry or bread dough, consistency is the name of the game.
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  • The yeast dough would be in a crock left beside the fire to rise.
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  • Cover with the puff pastry dough, sealing the edges well.
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  • fillet the dough over and spread with the tomato mixture, the cheese, and a few sliced olives or anchovy filets.
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  • vital wheat gluten has excellent visco-elasticity properties, that helps our customers put the spring into dough.
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  • To remove general grime from old prints, take the dough from some fresh bread and roll gently over the surface of the print.
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  • The man with the dough As a hip young gastronomic gunslinger, he was the first British chef to win three Michelin stars.
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  • Sb also made a hippopotamus out of dough, and a mummy/cask mask.
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  • We got to make fancy bread out of salt dough; I made a snake with nuts on top as they were considered holy.
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  • These include a dough hook, beater, wire whisk, a 4.8 liter stainless steel bowl and a pouring shield.
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  • kneading dough helps develop the gluten network.
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  • knead into a workable dough then leave in a cool place for at least 30 minutes.
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  • knead gently until the dough becomes smooth, only a few seconds.
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  • leavened dough was saved just before cooking.
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  • In bread making carbon dioxide causes the dough to rise giving lightness to the bread whilst the alcohol is driven off during baking.
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  • loaftches of dough are divided into portions of 400g or 800g loaves at the speed of 125 loaves per minute.
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  • Add the yeast mixture and mix to a soft dough, adding more warm milk if necessary.
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  • Sprinkle a little oatmeal onto a board and turn dough onto it and knead to remove cracks.
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  • When we first made it, we also made authentic strudel dough using olive oil and flour.
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  • From what ingedients you should keep in your pasta larder to how to make basic pasta dough.
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  • pastry dough onto a flat surface until it is less than a 1/4 ' thick.
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  • phyllo dough on a clean work surface.
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  • pizza dough, which has fabulous results.
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  • pliable dough.
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  • Using a wooden spoon, slowly mix in about 500ml of warm water, until the dough becomes pliable.
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  • It canbe used in bakery formulations to control dough rheology and impart a moist character to the bakery products.
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  • rosemary sprigs into the surface of the dough.
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  • rub in margarine and stir in yogurt to make a soft dough.
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  • Just before baking, press a good amount of rosemary sprigs into the surface of the dough.
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  • stiff dough.
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  • Moreover, they are basically potato encased in dough, good old-fashioned stodge - like chips, only healthier.
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  • I made the harvest stook by cutting lots of narrow strips of dough.
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  • And then made sushi with the dough, which BB and I had to pretend to eat.
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  • add sufficient sugar syrup to dry ingredients to make a stiff dough.
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  • The olive oil dough is topped with goats cheese, sun dried tomatoes, olives, nuts, pepper or mozzarella.
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  • voodoo dolls of people you hate out of dough.
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  • Add enough cold water to form a stiff dough.
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  • Wonton skins, sometimes called wonton wrappers, are made from a fine wheat dough that is very similar to pasta or filo pastry.
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  • The primitive philosophy to which these conceptions belong has to a great degree been discredited by modern science; yet the clear survivals of such ancient and savage rites may still be seen in Europe, where the Bretons leave the remains of the All Souls' supper on the table for the ghosts of the dead kinsfolk to partake of, and Russian peasants set out cakes for the ancestral manes on the ledge which supports the holy pictures, and make dough ladders to assist the ghosts of the dead to ascend out of their graves and start on their journey for the future world; while other provision for the same spiritual journey is made when the coin is still put in the hand of the corpse at an Irish wake.
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  • Rub in margarine and stir in yogurt to make a soft dough.
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  • Cinnamon Bread Cinnamon flavored wheat dough, mixed with ordinary sourdough for a speckled, fragrant breakfast bread.
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  • Add sufficient sugar syrup to dry ingredients to make a stiff dough.
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  • Well what better way than by making some small voodoo dolls of people you hate out of dough.
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  • Now mix to a dough, starting with a wooden spoon also use your hands.
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  • The baker began to knead the dough early in the morning, knowing she had a long day ahead of her.
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  • Please continue to knead the dough by hand until it is mixed to a consistent texture.
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  • You can make your favorite cookie recipe from scratch, or use the refrigerated cut-out dough available at your grocery store.
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  • Make a batch of salt dough, create some fun ornaments or decorations, then microwave your creations so they will be preserved for several years to come.
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  • Involve your toddler in the baking process by giving him or her a working station and a small portion of dough to knead or roll out.
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  • If you want to take advantage of any of its multimedia offerings, you'll have to shell out even more dough for a PSP memory card.
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  • You don't have to shell out a lot of dough to get a good gas grill.
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  • Set this aside so you can roll your "dough worm" in the coating before you bake it.
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  • Now add the liver mixture and use your hands to blend well, until you have a dough ball.
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  • Once you have made the dough ball, take ½ teaspoon full at a time and roll it into a log shape (or what I call the worm).
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  • Add some water if you need to make your dough workable.
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  • But only add a bit at a time - not too much - because you don't want the dough to be too runny to work with.
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  • Catnip (optional): This can either be mixed into the dough or sprinkled on top of the cookies before baking.
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  • Using your fingers, shape the dough into small bite-sized balls, about the size of a marble.
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  • Mix in wet ingredients to form a soft dough.
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  • You can add a little more flour if the dough is too sticky.
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  • Turn out dough onto a non-stick baking sheet and roll out.
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  • Carefully cut the dough into bite-sized squares.
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  • Add the flour mixture slowly to the first three ingredients, mixing until a soft dough ball is formed.
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  • Add the tuna mixture to the dry ingredients, and add the water a little at a time until a slightly sticky dough ball is formed.
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  • Adding a pinch to a bread dough will not give it flavor but will make it buttery and rich looking.
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  • Create an art supply box-Purchase a variety of art supplies to keep on hand, such as construction paper, crayons, markers, glue, glitter paint, play dough, scissors, etc. Pull the box out, and help your child start a new project.
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  • Add the flour and beat until a stiff dough forms.
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  • Place the dough in the bowl and turn it so that all sides of the dough have been greased.
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  • Punch the dough down and move the dough to the prepared spring form pan.
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  • Beat egg whites until stiff and fold into cake dough.
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  • Drop dough onto greased cookie sheet by the teaspoonful and bake for 10 to 15 minutes.
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  • Cookies may be frozen for up to three weeks and you can also freeze the dough for a month before baking.
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  • Place the dough hook attachment on your stand mixer and pour the gelatin mixture into the bowl of your mixer.
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  • Mix the dry ingredients and add them to the batter, then knead the dough until smooth and elastic, about 10 minutes.
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  • If you have a stand mixer with a dough hook it will help with this part.
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  • Shape dough to fit into 2 greased 8-inch round pans.
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  • Known for making speedy work of chopping and slicing vegetables, processors can also help with making dough, pureeing soups, and creating all kinds of sauces.
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  • The largest one is ideal for putting together big meals or batches of dough.
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  • The dough blade looks similar to the Sabatier blade though it is made of plastic and not quite as prominently curves.
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  • Instead of making dough by hand, this blade can be used for quickly putting together bread, bagel, or pizza dough.
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  • Cookies bring in the elements of kitchen safety when working with machines (the mixer), food safety when working with the dough, and oven safety while baking the cookies.
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  • Turn the dough out onto a board and knead until smooth.
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  • Shape the dough into a log about an inch of a quarter thick, roll onto parchment, or wax paper, and refrigerate for two hours.
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  • If you are using the creaming method to mix your dough, you are using mechanical leavening.
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  • This method incorporates air into the batter or dough and then relies on steam to give the food the lift it needs.
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  • When you are making bread, you use yeast to give your bread dough the rise it needs.
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  • Chemical Chemical leaving is when the baker adds a chemical to the batter or dough to get the same basic effect as adding yeast without adding any flavor to the product.
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  • When you add your acid, the acidic juice of a lemon for example, to your base of the baking soda, the resulting chemical reaction crates carbon dioxide, CO2, which adds bubbles to your dough or batter.
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  • Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let the mixture rise until the dough is puffed – about 45 minutes.
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  • Add the remaining ingredients and beat in a stand mixer using a dough hook to blend.
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  • Cover the bowl with plastic and allow to rise for about one hour, until the dough puffs up.
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  • Using a stand mixer with a dough hook, beat until the ingredients are blended.
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  • Cover the bowl with plastic and let the dough rise until it doubles in volume – about 3-1/2 hours.
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  • Add 1/3 cup of the flour, ½ cup of the butter, all of the sugar and two yolks and beat in the stand mixer using the dough hook until the dough is smooth.
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  • Butter a large bowl and place dough in it.
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  • Allow the dough to rise overnight at room temperature – 8 to 10 hours.
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  • Place the dough on the floured surface and toss in the flour until it is easy to handle.
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  • Brush away the excess flour from the surface of the dough.
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  • Divide the dough into pieces and fit into two dove shaped baking molds.
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  • Uncover the dough and spoon ½ of the almond glaze over each mold.
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  • Puff pastry is usually made by creating a sheet of dough and carefully folding into it a block of butter.
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  • The chef would then have to fold the dough and chill it several times until the puff pastry is read to be used.
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  • Preparing homemade pie crust may seem intimidating to bakers without a lot of experience, but the taste of pie dough made at home is far superior to that of a shell from the store.
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  • You definitely don't want to overmix the dough or it will end up crumbly.
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  • You don't want to mix the dough for more than 4 minutes.
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  • If the dough seems too sticky, add more flour.
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  • Spray a large heatproof bowl with non-stick spray and put your dough into the bowl.
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  • Punch your dough down and split it into three equal sized loaves.
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  • A straight dough mixing method might not be the best way to go.
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  • This extra time also lets the dough create gluten, which builds structure in the bread.
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  • Place in bowl and mix until it becomes dough.
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  • Flour the dough lightly and roll the pastry out to the original size of 12x12.
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  • Using a very sharp pizza cutter, slice the dough into ¼ inch wide strips.
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  • Place the cheese straws into your refrigerator for one hour so the dough has a chance to firm and the flavors get a chance to develop.
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  • Most people think of yeast as the leavening agent in breads, pizza dough, and certain pastries.
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  • A little bit is mixed with warm water and a sweetener, then mixed into dough to make the dough rise.
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  • This dough recipe, adapted from Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, can be used for one pizza or flatbread with any combination of toppings.
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  • Mix the dough until the components are thoroughly combined, but do not knead the mixture.
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  • Place a tight coating of plastic wrap over the bowl, or place the dough in a plastic container with a lid.
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  • Let the dough rise in a warm place for about two hours.
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  • After the dough has risen, you can refrigerate it or use it immediately.
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  • Flour your hands, shape the dough into a ball, and use a rolling pin and thick coating of flour to roll the dough flat.
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  • Most pasta is vegan, but it's always a good idea to check your ingredient labels to be sure; some varieties do have egg-based dough or use butter to add flavor.
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  • Form the dough into 1 inch (2.54 cm) balls and place 2 inches (5 cm) apart on the prepared baking sheet.
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  • You may choose to shape your leaves by rolling a dough recipe out and using cookie cutters; or simply melt the disks into candy molds.
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  • This cake covering option resembles play dough.
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  • Knead it as you would bread dough or play dough until it reaches a usable consistency.
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  • Play with the sugary dough and have fun as you create a beautiful wedding cake design.
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  • Gradually add powdered sugar in increments until the mixture forms a sticky dough.
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  • Remove the fondant dough from the bowl and knead it on the surface in the way you would knead bread dough.
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  • Fondant dough is very sticky and difficult to handle at first.
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  • When you have a rough dough, knead it thoroughly until the fondant is smooth.
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  • Working with gum paste is a lot like cutting out cookies from dough except that you roll the paste much thinner to approximately 1/8 to 1/16 of an inch thick.
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  • It's important to note that colors sometimes fade a bit, so you may want to color your dough a day ahead of time so you can really see how the color will turn out.
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  • Gum paste is a stretchy sugar dough that can be rolled out very thinly and then cut and shaped to form a variety of items.
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  • Note that you can also mix equal amounts of gum paste and fondant to get a dough that is still stretchy and durable but that tastes a little better than pure gum paste.
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  • Britney Spears enjoys pasta, cookie dough ice cream and hot dogs.
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  • It's no secret that Oprah Winfrey is rolling in dough, but TV Guide magazine's list of the top TV earners gives the hard dollar figure.
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  • If designer clothes for a toddler boy are on your wish list, be prepared to fork out some dough.
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  • Kneed the dough until it holds together and becomes smooth and easy to work with.
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  • Turn your dough onto a floured surface and divide it into two loaves.
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  • Roll out your dough to ¼ thickness and cut into any shape you like.
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  • Roll the dough into a log shape, and put into the refrigerator until firm, about 1-2 hours.
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  • Mix well until you have a dough you can roll.
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  • You may need to add a bit more water or flour if you are at a high altitude or the weather is very dry where you are, but this is an easy dough.
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  • If you do not want to roll the dough, make a log shaped roll and put in the refrigerator for one hour until you can slice nice round cookies.
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  • Once you have your dough the consistency you want it to be, roll it into a log.
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  • If mixture is too wet, add a bit more flour, or if dough is too dry, add more buttermilk.
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  • Roll dough into a small log shape, wrap in plastic wrap and chill in fridge for 10 minutes.
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  • You should wind up with a batter that is the consistency of cookie dough.
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  • If the dough seems a little too loose, add a little more flour until the dough clings to a spoon when held upside down.
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  • Next, drop spoonfuls of dough evenly spaced on a parchment covered cookie sheet.
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  • Next, mix in the flour to make a soft dough.
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  • Pinch off small pieces of dough, and roll them into the wheat germ and seed mixture until covered.
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  • Do not over mix; this will make your dough too hard.
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  • Place your dough on a well-floured cutting board and divide into eight small piles.
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  • Form the dough into a ball, and then place it on wax paper.
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  • Smooth the dough out on the wax paper with your hands or a rolling pin until it is about a half an inch thick.
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  • Yeast dough can be bad for dogs if not fully cooked.
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  • Roll dough into a ball and let it rest for about 20 minutes in the refrigerator.
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  • Roll dough on a floured surface and sprinkle reserved bacon bits on top of the sliced cookies.
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  • Use a biscuit cutter or your favorite cookie cutters to cut dough.
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  • This should create a fairly stiff dough.
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  • If the dough is too sticky to handle, work in a little extra flour until it's the right consistency.
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  • Turn the dough out onto a floured board and roll it out to approximately 1/4 inch thick.
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  • Cut the rolled dough into squares or rectangles.
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  • Next, stir in the sweet potatoes and water to form a dough.
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  • Turn the dough out onto a floured board and gently knead until smooth.
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  • Do not overwork the dough or it will become tough.
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  • Roll the dough out into a rectangle that is between 1/4 and 1/3 inch thick.
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  • You can use a cookie cutter if desired, but it's easiest just to slice the dough into rectangles that are the appropriate size for your pet.
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  • The dough will be firm, adjust as needed so that it is pliable.
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  • Roll out the dough to 1/2 inch thickness, just like you would a sugar cookie but a little thicker.
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  • We suggest you get your feet wet with the free course, and then decide if this method works for you before shelling out the dough.
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  • Bread dough is kneaded because you need to work the flour to develop the gluten.
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  • This prepares the dough for when you bake it and the flour protein reacts with the liquid.
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  • This process of chemical reaction is what causes the dough to rise.
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  • Bread flour is often combined with other flours so the dough can rise.
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  • Eden Home also sells organic sculpting dough and is a member of the Organic Trade Association.
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  • When kneading bread dough or combining ingredients, add slightly greater amounts of liquid if necessary to keep the batter or dough at the right consistency.
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  • Men or women can wear the Dior Dioritos if they're willing to shell out the dough to purchase them.
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  • After you make some dough, the first things you'll want to buy will be basic tools.
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  • Make good friends with your dog to rake in the dough.
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  • Others may not want to cough up the dough.
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  • You won't find any of the toasty oak or baked apple pie/fresh dough that other sparkling wines have, it's just not that style.
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  • This was to facilitate the removal of sticky cookie dough from the cutter.
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  • Some of the Treos don't have built-in Wi-Fi, which is also a disappointment, but you can upgrade for another chuck of dough.
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  • For example, stirring batter provides a good workout for the hand and arm muscles, and cutting and spooning out cookie dough requires hand-eye coordination.
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  • Early versions were made from leftover bread dough, but they have evolved into tasty treats that are especially popular as a quick breakfast bite.
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  • There are some secrets to making perfect pie dough that are generally easy to follow.
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  • Since the method I have been taught to make pie dough utilizes shortening and I have gotten consistently excellent results with this recipe, I am, this time, advocating the use of shortening.
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  • This pie crust recipe makes enough dough to make one pie.
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  • I will give you a larger recipe as well because you can freeze your dough.
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  • If you decide to freeze a portion of the pie dough, be sure to thaw it in your refrigerator at least overnight before using it.
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  • Drizzle in the cold water and continue to cut the flour and fat until the dough becomes soft and dry.
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  • Wrap the dough in plastic wrap and roll out to 1/2 inch thick.
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  • Let the dough relax in your refrigerator for at least 1 hour.
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  • Add the water slowly until your dough is soft but can hold together.
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  • Any sturdy dough cookie, like gingerbread, will work.
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  • Place 1/2 of the dough between two sheets of parchment paper.
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  • Roll out using a rolling pin until the dough is ¼ inch thick.
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  • Leave the dough between the parchment sheets.
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  • Roll out the remaining dough in the same way.
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  • Refrigerate the dough for forty-five minutes.
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  • Using you favorite Christmas cookie cutter, cut some cookies out of the prepared dough.
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  • Place the dough on a smooth surface and roll into a tube shape about 1-inch thick.
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  • Let the dough rest in your refrigerator for at least one hour.
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  • Unwrap the dough and slice into ¼-inch thick slices.
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  • The fun part of this tart is that it can be made with either puff pastry or pie dough, either of which can be bought pre-made at the store.
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  • Once you have your puff pastry or pie dough, all you need is some apples, sugar, and a 10-inch skillet.
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  • You will need a stand mixer to make the dough because you will need a lot of it.
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  • When all the flour has been worked in remove the bowl from the mixer and knead by hand until the dough is smooth.
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  • If the dough is too dry add more water by hand.
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  • If the dough is overly soft then add a little more flour.
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  • Separate the dough into three equal pieces.
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  • Let the dough rest at least two hours in the refrigerator.
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  • You can work out your ginger bread house ideas while the dough rests.
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  • You will be rolling the dough out to a ¼ inch thick and approximately 9-inches by 12 inches.
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  • If you work out your designs on parchment paper you can then cut the designs out and lay them directly onto your rolled out dough.
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  • Then all you have to do is cut the dough to the design.
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  • You will have much more dough than is needed for a basic house as described.
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  • When you are ready to cut and bake your house remove the dough from the refrigerator and let come to room temperature.
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  • Once the dough is workable roll it out to ¼-inch thick.
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  • If the dough spreads during the baking place the piece that has spread onto cutting board and trim the edges to straight again.
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  • Be sure to roll out and cut the remaining dough into cookies, which make great snacks during construction.
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  • With so many eyebrow shaping compacts there's no need to spend major dough visiting a pro for a brow shaping.
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  • Also watch out for homemade ice cream, meringues, tiramisu, and unbaked cookie dough or cake batter.
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  • To use the attachments, you first need to roll your pasta dough into thin sheets using the roller attachment.
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  • You'll then need to change the attachments and put the rolled pasta dough through either the linguine or spaghetti cutter depending on what size pasta you want.
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  • The blender will not mill grains, crack or grind whole grains, make sugar powder and knead dough.
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  • It's a highly versatile machine that can do just about anything you might need done in the kitchen from whipping, hooking dough, making ice cream, to mixing.
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  • The Kitchen Aid Artisan Mixer series comes with several standard accessories: one dough hook, one flat beater, two wire whips, and two nylon coated beaters.
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  • The wire whisk makes fluffy eggs for Crème Brule or omelets, and the dough hook automatically kneads homemade bread.
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  • Since Lefse dough is delicate, Lefse griddle kits come with sticks to make the transfer easier and so the dough won't split by the time it reaches the grille.
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  • Mix in the rest of the ingredients and ensure the flour is completely absorbed before kneading the Lefse dough about 10 times.
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  • Using a 1/3 measuring cup, scoop the Lefse dough and pack it into the cup.
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  • This will make 12" patties, but you can adjust the size of the patties by adding more or less dough, depending on the diameter of your Lefse griddle.
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  • After you prepare a Lefse recipe and roll out the dough using a rolling pin, you then place the patty on the griddle.
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  • Dough Hook - The dough hook is a thick metal hook, which attaches to a hand mixer to make homemade bread.
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  • The dough hook can be purchased as an upgrade part.
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  • Stand mixers come in handy for baking and cooking with recipes that require sauces and dough.
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  • The multi-speed setting allows for maximum flexibility when mixing with the highest speed capable of handing the densest bread dough and the lowest speed delicate enough to whip up a sensitive meringue.
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  • With the optional whisk attachment, the mixer can blend batters to make cookies, cakes and ice creams, and with the bread dough hook you can create your own homemade dough.
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  • The coated stainless steel dough hook blends and shapes dough, eliminating the need to mix the dough by hand.
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  • The wire whisk can cream and whip ingredients and for those who bake bread, the dough hook will knead with very little effort.
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  • It is a tilt-head style that can do anything from mixing batter to kneading dough.
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  • The mixer features a burnished metal C hook for kneading dough and comes with a narrow five quart bowl with a handle.
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  • It can mix batters, blend drinks, whip creams, beat eggs, chop vegetables and even make bread dough.
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  • The Braun M880 has 280 watts of mixing power with three speeds and includes a speed burst button to help you get that tough bread dough nicely kneaded.
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  • ConsumerReports.org did a test of six hand held mixers and determined that the Braun M880 was one of just two that were capable of kneading bread dough.
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  • It comes with stainless steel dough hooks and Turbo Beater accessories.
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  • KitchenAid's five speed Ultra Power hand mixer is perfect for mixing cookie doughs, kneading bread dough or blending smoothies.
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  • It's available in empire red, onyx black and white and it comes standard with stainless steel dough hooks, stainless steel blender rod and Turbo Beater accessories.
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  • Their line of accessories includes stainless steel professional whisks, liquid blender rod attachments, stainless steel Turbo Beater accessories and separate dough hooks.
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  • The Bravetti hand mixer features a 255-watt machine with six different power speeds so you can make everything from soups to bread dough.
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  • The hand mixer has three main parts, the base, the electric cord and the beaters, and two optional accessories, two dough hooks and a storage bag.
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  • The dough hooks are an optional feature and replace the beaters for special jobs.
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  • The dough hooks have a thicker metal base twisted into a small hook.
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  • With the optional dough hooks, the mixer can create any mix imaginable, including bread, pancakes and waffles.
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  • Included with the mixer is a whisk, flat beaters and dough hooks.
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  • With 220 watts of power, it can mix the heaviest of batters, whip up cream and knead bread dough.
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  • Included with the mixer are beaters, a chef's whisk, dough hooks and a spatula.
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  • This mixer comes with accessories such as a dough hook and stainless steel turbo beaters.
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  • KitchenAid food processors are dependable appliances that streamline many preparation tasks like chopping, slicing, shredding, pureeing, mixing and dough kneading.
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  • The blades include a stainless steel multipurpose one for large chopping, mixing and pureeing jobs, a mini stainless steel blade for the four-cup bowl and a plastic dough blade that mimics hand kneading of yeast dough.
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  • The Architect® Series processor has only one extra bowl, the ten-cup chef’s bowl, and two blades, the standard stainless steel cutting blade and dough blade.
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  • Rather than having to go through the time consuming processes of kneading and waiting for dough to rise, the appliance does the work for you.
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  • I used my Kitchen System by Ninja to prepare several recipes, including bread dough, coleslaw, guacamole and fresh fruit smoothies.
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  • The Goodies Factory: Choose from among a variety of fundraisers from cookie dough to pizza cards to flower bulbs.
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  • TK Fundraising: Select from among fundraising programs that involve selling with gourmet foods like cheesecake and cookie dough or gift items like stuffed teddy bears and Christmas ornaments.
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  • Products include candy, Valentine gifts, spring gifts, cookie dough, jewelry, and travel mugs.
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  • You can sell discount cards, scratch cards, cookie dough, pretzels, candles or movie tickets for up to 90 percent profit of your sales and with no money upfront.
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  • This company sells cookie dough, cheesecakes and pizza kits, among other products.
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  • The catalog sales are enormously popular because the catalog will feature a wider array of items versus the candy bar, cookies and cookie dough.
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  • Cookie Dough Sale: Do a cookie dough fundraiser.
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  • It sells pre-scooped cookie dough in a number of flavors.
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  • The first thing you'll need to make your own gingerbread house is a good recipe for the dough.
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  • Short on Dough: Tie a ribbon around a package of cookie dough or cookie dough mix, then add a note that says "I hope this comes in handy since everyone's a little short on dough this Christmas."
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  • Struffoli: Dough puffs dipped in honey and decorated with sprinkles.
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  • No one will care that you bought slice-and-bake cookie dough or didn't bake Aunt Agatha's famous fruitcake recipe.
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  • Give this cookie a twist by tinting some of the frosting in red or green before adding it to the rest of the dough.
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  • Biaggis, a well-known Italian chain, offers a large selection of gluten-free items including pizzas made with gluten-free dough as well as gluten-free pastas.
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  • The taste of gluten free pastry is comparable to that of wheat-based pastry, but the dough itself can be harder to handle.
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  • If making a single crust pie such as pumpkin or coconut cream, the easiest strategy is to simply press the dough directly into the pie plate without rolling it out first.
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  • Using lightly oiled hands, form the dough into a ball and then flatten the ball manually until it is large enough to just fit over the pie.
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  • Roll the dough out as you would for a complete upper crust, but instead of transferring the crust directly to the pie, use cookie cutters to create fun shapes that can dance across the top of your pie.
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  • You will find coconut flour increases your baked good yield due to the added dough weight.
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  • Gluten is an important ingredient in bread recipes because of its effect on dough.
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  • As with traditional pie crust, you will have the best results if you keep all ingredients very cold before mixing and avoid handling the dough any more than necessary.
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  • This recipe makes enough dough for a generous nine-inch pie crust.
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  • Mix in a food processor until the dough forms a soft, workable ball.
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  • While using a food processor is the easiest means of mixing and handling the dough, you can accomplish the same results using a standard pastry blender or wooden spoon.
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  • Whisk egg, vinegar and water together and add to dry ingredients a little at a time, gently stirring as you go, until the dough forms a soft ball.
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  • Xanthan gum increases the viscosity of your ingredients, thereby giving your bread dough the stretchy texture that many gluten-free flours lack.
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  • It is often added to baked goods in the form of "vital wheat gluten" because the protein helps to increase the viscosity and elasticity of dough.
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  • It can be transformed into pizza dough, or you can make a sweet bread by adding nuts and dried fruit.
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  • Yeast bread dough is versatile: it can be made into pizza dough, specialty breads or just tasty white sandwich bread.
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  • Do not be alarmed if the dough does not seem to be rising; some buckwheat flours do not rise without significant heat.
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  • These times are still necessary, however, to let the dough "rest" between kneading; do not skip ahead to baking if your dough does not appear to rise.
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  • After the final "rise," wet down your hand and pull the dough hook from the bottom of the machine.
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  • Rolls: Set the machine to manual and pull out the dough after the last rise.
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  • Buckwheat Walnut bread and rolls: Set the machine to manual and pull the dough out after the last rise.
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  • Dough should hold together in a ball and be easy to handle.
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  • Place part of the dough onto parchment paper and top with sprayed plastic wrap.
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  • Roll the dough between the parchment and plastic wrap or two sheets of wax paper into a rectangle ¼ inch thick.
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  • Cut the dough into cracker-size pieces with pastry cutter (a pizza cutter can work) and place on a cookie sheet.
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  • You can use a cookie press to form small cookies using the peanut butter cookie dough.
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  • You can also use your hands and mold the peanut butter cookie dough into shapes before baking.
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  • If you plan to make hand-molded cookies, increase the flour to 3 cups to make the dough less sticky.
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  • Have a craft table set up with open ended crafts for the kids to do. . .water colors and blank paper, play dough or clay or just about anything else would do fine.
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  • Roll out the dough and cut into gingerbread men shapes with a cookie cutter.
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  • In addition, she can make a play dough recipe with the dry and wet ingredients and add some food coloring and essential oils for a sensory experience.
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  • With a little ingenuity and perseverance, your kids could be rolling in the dough before the first flowers of spring poke through the ground.
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  • You can join their eClub to receive a newsletter with exclusive offers, including a coupon for free cookie dough on your birthday.
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  • Mix up a batch of salt dough, then use Christmas cookie cutters to make an assortment of ornaments for your tree.
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  • Gradually add additional flour to form a soft dough.
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  • Place dough on a flour surface and knead for about six minutes until dough is soft and elastic.
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  • Punch dough down on a floured surface, divide into two loaves and place in greased loaf pans.
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  • Sell stuff online and make some serious dough with this free startup, home business idea.
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  • It involves making a simple dough that you then press your hand into and bake to preserve the handprint.
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  • To make the dough, start with a cup of water and a few drops of the food coloring of your choice.
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  • Once you have a good workable dough, take a softball-sized handful and form it into a nice, smooth ball.
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  • It should be big enough for the child to make a full handprint, but not so big that there's a lot of excess dough.
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  • If you need more or less dough, adjust now.
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  • If you're helping a small child, make sure that each finger goes firmly into the dough but not all the way through.
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  • Poke a hole or two in the top of the dough so you can run a ribbon through to hang the hand print.
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  • Whether its silly putty, play dough or slime, these kitchen creations are a lot of fun to make and then to play with later.
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  • Add a few drops of food coloring or part of a package of drink mix, which will both color the dough and give it a good scent (if you don't mind your kids trying to eat it).
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  • Stir on medium low heat until the mixture comes together like a dough and pulls away from the sides of the pan.
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  • Their motor skills have improved such that they can trace basic shapes, use play dough and follow stories.
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  • Four and five-year-olds love physical activity and need a lot of it, so go for walks with your child to learn about the natural world and collect items for craft projects, or make your own bubbles, play dough, kites or other outdoor crafts.
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  • They love to color, cut things out, paint, craft with clay or play dough, and their motor skills are getting better all the time.
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  • Place each batch in a plastic bowl with a tight-fitting lid, or wrap the dough completely in plastic wrap.
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  • Drop dough by tablespoonfuls onto blueberry mixture.
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  • Drop dough by rounded teaspoons 2 inches apart on baking sheets.
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  • The dough is then folded and rolled several times, with the dough resting between folds.
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  • During its production, puff pastry must be kept at 60 degrees in order to allow the butter to create pockets within the dough that puffs the dough when baked.
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  • If puff pastry is unavailable, phyllo dough can also be substituted.
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  • Do not knead or over mix puff pastry dough.
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  • Thaw a sheet of frozen puff pastry dough.
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  • Brie_en_Croute is a well-known brie recipe using puff pastry dough.
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  • Puff pastry is a French layered pastry that is made by taking a water and flour dough and spreading it with fat - usually butter.
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  • Do not kneed or over mix this dough unless indicated in the recipe.
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  • The dough will be very sticky and appear shaggy.
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  • Turn the dough out onto a surface, pastry cloth or Silpat that has been lightly floured.
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  • Knead very lightly in order to round the dough into a ball.
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  • The butter and the dough need to be of the same consistency.
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  • If the dough is too hard, allow it to sit at room temperature to soften - or chill the butter to harden.
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  • On a lightly floured board, pastry cloth or silpat, roll the dough into a 12" x 15" rectangle.
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  • Gently lift and rotate the dough to avoid sticking.
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  • Brush the flour away from the surface of the dough with a dry pastry brush in order to avoid dry flour preventing the dough from rising during baking.
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  • Place the butter in the center of the dough rectangle and remove the other piece of plastic.
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  • Fold the edges of the dough over the butter, enclosing the butter completely.
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  • If it doesn't completely encase the butter, then stretch the dough a bit.
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  • Leaving the folded side facing up, press the dough several times with a rolling pin, using a rocking motion to create ridges in the dough.
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  • Now roll the dough out into a smooth, even 8" x 24" rectangle, keeping the corners of the dough as square angles.
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  • Rotate the dough 90 degrees, and roll out the dough again as described above.
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  • Cream puffs are a puffed dough filled with some type of a cream.
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  • The dough is removed from heat and cooled.
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  • The pastry is spooned onto parchment and baked - first at a high temperature to cause the dough to rise, puff, and hollow out, and then at a lower temperature to firm up the outsides of the shells.
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  • Use a small stick like a toothpick to bore a hole in the dough.
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  • Stir in the flour, sugar and salt, stirring constantly over medium heat until the dough forms a smooth ball.
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  • When the dough has cooled slightly, transfer it to an electric mixer or a bowl that can fit an egg beater.
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  • Mix until the dough has become a smooth, thick paste.
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  • You may either pipe the dough from a pastry bag or spoon the dough onto the baking sheet covered in parchment.
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  • Pepperidge Farms has a very simple three-step recipe that uses its ready-made pastry dough.
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  • If using frozen pastry with two sheets in the package, press the edges together to make one sheet before rolling the dough out to a rectangle large enough to completely enclose the tenderloin.
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  • If desired, cut decorative shapes from the leftover dough and place them on top of the Beef Wellington before roasting.
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  • Prepare a variety of ingredients ahead of time, and use the packaged dough rounds, jarred sauce, and shredded cheese.
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  • Bake the bread from scratch, or save time and use a frozen loaf with frozen bread stick dough for the legs.
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  • If the dough seems a little loose, work in a little more flour.
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  • You want the dough to cling together well enough to knead slightly without being too sticky to work with.
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