overbeat

overbeat

(ˌəʊvəˈbiːt)
vb (tr) , -beats, -beating, -beat, -beaten or -beat
(Cookery) to beat (a mixture, etc) too much
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2 To make the icing, put 1 tbsp of the caramel, the cream cheese, butter and icing sugar in a large bowl and beat with an electric hand whisk until smooth -- try not to overbeat or the icing may become runny.
Don't overbeat the batter or it will raise up like a 15th-century Scottish rebel group when you cook it.
3 Open the bags and with the sugar Cream the and PG tea sugar mix light and fluffy slowly add the eggs Slowly add flour, being not to overbeat Divide evenly between the paper (use a piping bag for and bake for 12 minutes or cooked.
And, if you overbeat those eggs, a cake will lose the air bubbles that make it light, and it will sink in the middle.
Using an electric mixer with a whisk attachment, mix egg whites just until stiff peaks form; do not overbeat.
In contrast, in "The Rhondda", Lewis offers a repulsive picture of an 'unnatural' industrial town: 'Hum of shaft-wheel, whirr and clamour/ Of steel hammers overbeat, din down / Water-hag's slander.
Fold in apples, flours, baking soda, salt, baking powder and cinnamon until moist, but do not overbeat.
Higher quantities of sugar--some up to double the weight of sugar to egg white--will result in a denser foam with less volume that is more flexible and harder to overbeat.
see what happened when you overbeat creatures God had given you the responsibility of--the trouble it was, and the loss.
Do not overbeat the egg whites once you have added the sugar
nephew who'd overbeat [Sethe] and made her cut and run" (149),
Add lemon juice and beat until whites form soft peaks; do not overbeat so that whites become dry.