overbeaten

overbeaten

(ˌəʊvəˈbiːtən)
adj
beaten too much or too many times
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After a successful first round, Taimur played the second round of six under par 66 to made an aggregated total of 19 under 125 over 36 holes and overbeaten the record of international golfer Imdad Hussain of 18 under par, he created in way back in 1996 at Peshawar.
A mixture of butter and sugar that is overbeaten can result in cookie dough that spreads, says cookbook author and Paris food blogger David Lebovitz.
If the egg whites are overbeaten, they will turn into liquid and will not be usable.
The Trouble with Underbeaten and Overbeaten Egg Whites
Egg whites that are either underbeaten or overbeaten can ruin a recipe.
Overbeaten whites tend to look like soap bubbles--dry and tight (Figure 7-2B).
If the whites are overbeaten, the walls of the air bubbles will be stretched out; they may burst when heated, collapsing the souffle.
Because this method can cause a great deal of gluten formation, if overbeaten, the liquid fat may be added with the dry ingredients first to coat the flour.
Overbeaten whites are stretched so much that they pop easily; you will see cottony bits of solidified (coagulated) white.
The ganache should not be overbeaten or it will become grainy and stiff.
overbeaten and sugar crystals solidified suddenly, causing the fudge to stiffen.