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pourable

(ˈpɔːrəbəl)
adj
able to be poured
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(It will be pourable.) Taste, and add some salt, as needed.
To make the dressing: quite simply mix the ingredients to form a pourable sauce.
Place the icing sugar into a small jug and add a little water until you have a thick but pourable consistency.
Like all of the natural, plant-based sweeteners, baking ingredients, and dietary supplements offered by the 28-year-old firm, the new line of Pourable Syrups are contract packaged.
Mix icing sugar, maple syrup, vanilla and enough water to make a thick but pourable glaze.
All of the cookware is formed from a single piece of 5-ply bonded metal to ensure consistent heat from the base to the pourable edge, and has a high nickel content to fight corrosion and rust.
Whisk in just enough water 1/4 to 1 cup) to make yogurt pourable but still thick.
As many as 10 new variants of biscuits, cakes, cookies and pourable variety category of jar biscuits are to be launched in the near future.
Thin with a little more water, if necessary, to make a pourable sauce.
Oregon Fruit Products, in Salem, Ore., offers Pourable Fruit, a fruit topping/sauce that delivers fruit flavor in a frozen, easy-to-use stand-up bottle format.
Litehouse has added dressings to its pourable line.