doughball

doughball

(ˈdəʊˌbɔːl)
n
a small ball of bread dough, cooked in a stew, as an accompaniment to a meal, etc a ball of bread used as bait in carp fishing
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He may look like he something squashed together from left over dough but a doughball Johnson is not.
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Then, working quickly, place a lump of the garlic butter in the centre of each doughball before wrapping the dough around it and making the balls as normal.
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