A soft, thick combination of dried out ingredients, like flour or dinner, and liquid, including liquid, that's kneaded, shaped, and baked, especially as breads or pastry.
A pasty mass such as this blend.
A thick, malleable material created by combining flour with other ingredients such as for example water, eggs, and/or butter, which converted to a particular type then baked.
Paste of bread; a soft size of moistened flour or meal, kneaded or unkneaded, not yet baked.
something regarding the persistence of these paste.
A mass composed of flour or dinner ready for baking into bread or dessert by various processes, as moistening, combining with fungus, sodium, etc., increasing (and after that it's called sponge), and kneading, or even for simpler kinds by moistening and blending only; paste of loaves of bread.
some thing obtaining the appearance or consistency of bread, as potter’ clay, etc.