claggy

Related to claggy: on a regular basis

claggy

(ˈklæɡɪ)
adj, -gier or -giest
chiefly dialect stickily clinging, as mud
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We share a few rice dishes, which was just right: on the sticky side but not claggy and we mopped up the curry with a delicious Peshwari naan, stuffed with coconut and sultanas.
claggy meat, there were two rawish baby corns, four gnocchi, a carrot, a cooked spring onion, a yellowing floret of broccoli and a mystery leaf.
A chocolate mousse provided further evidence that the chef here knows how to deal with an egg, being luscious, rich and decadent but not overly claggy or heavy.
The former needs in some cases to be drained and broken up so that it will not form a claggy mess, while the sandy soil needs lots of humus mixed into it to help it produce any worthwhile harvest.
The downside is it's quite a drying formula, so it exaggerates any chapped, uneven lined lips - so maybe better suited to youngsters - and it feels a bit claggy even when dry.
While the pork belly was cooked to complete perfection and tasted amazing, the accompaniments were a little claggy and overwhelming.
If the pasta is a bit claggy and thick, add some of the cooking water to loosen it off.
In principal I have no issues with the claggy, brown stuff.
Our rice dishes were just right: on the sticky side but not claggy, but the potato curry we both had was a bit watery and could have done with being a bit more chunky.
FIVE mallards provided the main entertainment of the day as Warwickshire's first-class season endured a cold and claggy start at The Parks.
In the claggy mud of the field the barrow reappeared initially as a grass-topped mound running in a west-to-east direction.
Vocalist Richard Heeley, from Negra Tempo who will kick start the gig, said: "Over the past 20 years, if you had anything to do with the Huddersfield music scene, you knew Claggy.