Rolling-pin sentence example

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  • Use a rolling pin to smooth out the new laminate.

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  • A simple rolling pin rolled over top of the tile is usually all that's needed.

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  • Then give it some good whacks with a meat tenderizer or a good heavy pan or your rolling pin.

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  • Some recipes may have enough cohesion to stay together once rolled out, but others will persistently crumble every time you attempt to transfer the crust from the rolling pin to the top of your pie.

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  • Larabars are a nutritious gluten-free snack item that originated with one woman, a food processor, and a rolling pin.

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  • The first commercial batch of Larabars was created and packaged in the same manner as the test batches - by hand using a food processor, rolling pin and hand-sealed packaging.

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  • Form that into a flattened disk, using a rolling pin or your hands.

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  • Next, take the rolling pin and place it in each ridge, slowly rocking it back and forth to widen the ridge.

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  • The only equipment needed is a spray bottle, some tape, and a rolling pin.

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  • It is not possible to get as much pressure with a rolling pin as the Cuttlebug can apply.

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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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  • To cover an entire cake or create a flat sheet from which to cut out shapes, sift a small amount of powdered sugar or cornstarch onto a flat surface and roll out the fondant on top with a rolling pin.

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  • To prevent your rolling pin from sticking to the fondant, coat it lightly with cornstarch or confectioners' sugar.

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  • Wrap it around the rolling pin to transfer it to the cake.

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  • Drape the rolled fondant around the rolling pin or place a cake board under it.

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  • Sprinkle a flat work surface and a rolling pin with cornstarch.

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  • When the paste is firm, sprinkle a kitchen counter or flat work surface and a small rolling pin with a mixture of equal parts confectioners' sugar and cornstarch.

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  • Roll out the fondant in a large sheet with a rolling pin and drape it over your whole cake, securing with a thin layer of buttercream underneath, or use fondant to make toppers.

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  • Roll out using a rolling pin until the dough is ¼ inch thick.

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  • Beat chicken breasts with a meat mallet or rolling pin to flatten them slightly.

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  • Really enjoy beating the biscuits up with a rolling pin.

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  • Transfer the rolled out pastry to the top of the pie using the rolled out pastry to the top of the pie using the rolling pin in the same way described for the base pastry.

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  • Transfer the rolled out pastry to the top of the pie using the rolling pin in the same way described for the base pastry.

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  • Roll out the pastry with the rolling pin into a circle that is a little bit bigger than the top of the pie dish.

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  • Use the rolling pin to roll out the fondant to about 1/4-inch thickness, and cut away the shapes that you need.

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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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