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- ‘Turn berries into an unbaked 8-inch pie crust and dot the top with 2 tablespoons butter.’
- ‘There are two principal kinds: baked and unbaked.’
- ‘This crumble can be made in advance and frozen unbaked, or it can be refrigerated for two days before baking.’
- ‘To bake the pie, unwrap frozen filling and place in a 9-inch pie pan lined with an unbaked crust; cover with top crust, crimp edges to seal, and cut small slits in top to vent.’
- ‘Structures of unbaked earth were quite commonplace in the past, but Steve's extension is believed to be the first clom house built in Wales for 150 years.’
- ‘I pour the filling into the unbaked pie crust and gently fold the top pastry over my concoction.’
- ‘Put in an unbaked pie shell and bake at 400 for 10 minutes, then turn the oven down to 350 until done, about 1 hour, until a knife inserted in the center comes out clean.’
- ‘Alternatively, place ingredients on unbaked crust and bake until done.’
- ‘But sceptics wonder how the civic body will enforce the ban, given the affordability and easy availability of unbaked bricks which sell at a fraction of the cost of the baked versions.’
- ‘The Babylonians wrote on tablets of unbaked clay, using cuneiform writing.’
- ‘I folded together many layers of wet paper towels, put them in the freezer until they had frozen solid, draped them over the temperature sensor with the oven set to high, shovelled in an unbaked pizza, and stood back.’
- ‘The Puthusserymugal experiment is an effort to revive the art of unbaked pottery, as old as the legend of ‘Thrikkakara Appan’, by women under a neighbourhood group working with the Kudumbasree.’
- ‘Top with the unbaked pie shell, brush with egg whites, and place back in the oven for 12-15 minutes, until top is a golden brown.’
- ‘Some of the rackets we have encountered involved concealing stolen goods in vacuum-cleaning bags, buckets of soapy water and even, once, in lumps of unbaked bread dough.’
- ‘He called for ice to keep the desserts cold in the confectionery room and the pastry room cool enough for the unbaked pastries.’
- ‘Most of its buildings are made from soft unbaked sandstone, clay, straw and palm-tree trunks.’
- ‘Pour everything into the 9-inch unbaked pie shell.’
- ‘She turned away from the sight of unbaked muffins and breads, when she heard a shout.’
- ‘Tirupati is well known for its dampati (man-woman) dolls, while Rajasthan makes dolls of unbaked clay.’
- ‘When you use the tessarae in its unbaked state, you can even bend it to form around curves like the edges of the switch plate on page 35.’
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