overbake

overbake

(ˌəʊvəˈbeɪk)
vb
(Cookery) to bake for too long
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DO NOT OVERBAKE. Serve warm with sliced bananas and whipped cream.
Vicky said: "I'd overbake a few cupcakes and eat them - it is hard having cakes and chocolates around you all day and licking your fingers, it's difficult because you just don't think what you're eating!
Every week we will have something that won't work for one reason or the other -- sometimes it's our fault, we forget an ingredient, overbake, underbake or just rush the process and suddenly everything has to be thrown away.
Greater flexibility and better adhesion under overbake conditions were needed.
Do not overbake. Cool, then peel crackers off of parchment paper and break into individual rectangles.
And unless your generation changes the direction things are headed, our planet will overbake by midcentury, when we're the age you are now.
A tendency to overbake may distance some, as could the immersion in obscure corners of Judaica scholarship, though Sony Classics' early Cannes pickup shows noteworthy confidence.
Do not overbake or the outside will burn and the interior will dry out.
Possible Causes of Overbake Softening." Water-Borne and Higher-Solids Coatings Symposium (1989)
"What he s done is overbake it a little bit to make sure there s a result," the Herald quoted Warne as saying.