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The clear, viscous substance round the yolk of an egg that turns white when cooked or beaten.‘beat the butter and sugar, then whisk in the egg whites’Also called albumenmass noun ‘brush with egg white and sprinkle with sugar’
- ‘Put one teaspoon of vanilla essence in the yolk and two teaspoons of baking powder into the egg white.’
- ‘Drizzle cooked sugar over egg white while whisking constantly.’
- ‘In a small bowl, whisk together the egg white and sugar until the sugar is dissolved.’
- ‘Saute an egg white in a small frying pan coated with nonstick spray.’
- ‘People with an egg allergy react to the proteins in the egg white or the yolk.’
- ‘In a separate bowl, whisk the egg white with a pinch of salt to make soft peaks.’
- ‘Blend half the egg white (with a whisk) into the pepper mix, then fold in the remainder with a spatula.’
- ‘Whisk the egg white and fold into the part-frozen mixture.’
- ‘Mix together the peppermint, parsley, onion, tomatoes, egg white, and ground meat.’
- ‘Or combine 1 teaspoon of witch hazel with 1 teaspoon of honey and a beaten egg white.’
- ‘Add one-quarter of the egg white to the cocoa mixture and whisk until blended.’
- ‘Whole-egg protein contains both the yolk and the egg white, providing a high ratio of indispensable amino acids.’
- ‘Lightly brush the items with beaten egg white, cover completely with sugar, shake off excess, and let dry.’
- ‘Beat egg white with a whisk or handheld mixer in a small bowl until just stiff.’
- ‘Make a well in the center and add the egg white, milk, and orange juice.’
- ‘There were just four ingredients: icing sugar, egg white, peppermint essence and green colouring.’
- ‘Beat the egg whites until they form soft peaks, and gently fold the egg white through the chocolate mixture.’
- ‘I like to add a little sugar to the egg white to make a sort of meringue mixture before incorporating into the base mixture.’
- ‘Brush with more of the egg white and sprinkle with an even layer of caster sugar.’
- ‘Brush with beaten egg white and scatter with granulated sugar.’
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