Definition of 'dough'
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Mix in the cream to form a soft dough. The Sun (2016)Blitz again until it forms a soft dough. The Sun (2017)Lightly knead the dough a second time and leave for a further 1 hour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Gently knead the dough down in the bowl, then stretch it out into a rough rectangle and transfer to the baking sheet. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Melt together the butter and syrup then pour over the dry ingredients, add the apple and mix well to form a soft dough. The Sun (2016)Combine all ingredients (except for lard) to make dough. Smithsonian Mag (2017)You should end up with a firm dough. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Continue until the mixture forms a dough. The Sun (2014)Turn on to a lightly floured work surface and knead until the dough is smooth. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Work in the thyme leaves and continue until a smooth dough has formed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Switch to the dough hook and add the yeast mixture. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is made by hand and looks like little circles of woven dough. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Roll out the pastry dough on a lightly floured work surface. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tip the soft dough out onto it and sprinkle the rest of the flour on top. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The first and most important is to make a good dough. Times, Sunday Times (2010)This recipe uses a third of the pizza dough. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Turn out on to a board and press together until you have a firm dough. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Add the oats and flour and work the mixture into a dough. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Knock dough back and knead for one minute. The Sun (2015)Turn the dough and repeat the process until the dough is smooth. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Put the flour into the bowl of a mixer fitted with a dough hook. The Sun (2012)Dust the top of the dough with a pastry brush to remove excess flour. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Tip the mixture out onto a lightly floured surface and knead to a soft dough. Times, Sunday Times (2014) Make the pasta dough by mixing flour and salt. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It has had a new lease of life as a pizza dough machine recently. The Sun (2012)Mix well to make a firm dough. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Turn on to a floured surface and knead very lightly to get a smooth dough. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Process until a thick dough forms. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Turn onto a work surface and gently roll out until the dough is 1cm thick. Times, Sunday Times (2011)You may need to add the remaining egg mixture if the dough doesn't come together. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Sprinkle over the remaining dried fruit and knead into the dough for 2 minutes. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'dough'
British English: dough /dəʊ/ NOUN
Dough is a mixture of flour and water, and sometimes also sugar and fat, which can be cooked to make bread, pastry, and biscuits.
Roll out the dough into one large circle.
- American English: dough
- Arabic: عَجِيـن
- Brazilian Portuguese: massa alimento
- Chinese: 面团
- Croatian: tijesto
- Czech: těsto
- Danish: dej
- Dutch: deeg
- European Spanish: masa pan
- Finnish: taikina
- French: pâte
- German: Teig
- Greek: ζύμη
- Italian: impasto
- Japanese: パン生地
- Korean: 반죽
- Norwegian: deig
- Polish: ciasto
- European Portuguese: massa
- Romanian: aluat
- Russian: тесто
- Spanish: masa mezcla para hacer el pan
- Swedish: deg bröd
- Thai: ส่วนผสมของแป้ง น้ำและอื่นๆ เช่นน้ำมัน น้ำตาลเพื่อทำขนมปัง
- Turkish: hamur
- Ukrainian: тісто
- Vietnamese: bột nhào làm bánh
Definition of dough from the Collins English Dictionary
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