unbaked

un·baked

 (un-bākt′)
adj.
Not having been baked or cooked, especially in an oven: unbaked bricks; an unbaked pie crust.

unbaked

(ʌnˈbeɪkt)
adj
1. (Cookery) not having been baked
2. poetic relating to something left in an incomplete state
References in classic literature ?
Good Quince was an honest fellow, but his wits were somewhat of the heavy sort, like unbaked dough, so that the only thing that was in his mind was, "Three shillings sixpence ha'penny for thy shoon, good Quince--three shillings sixpence ha'penny for thy shoon," and this traveled round and round inside of his head, without another thought getting into his noddle, as a pea rolls round and round inside an empty quart pot.
The unbaked crumble can be covered and refrigerated for up to a day in advance.
The nation is blessed with all kinds of baked, unemployed but unemployable, unbaked, half and quarter-baked youths.
The main problem causing earthquake deaths in Iran is the use of unbaked mud brick in the construction of village homes with very thick walls.
You can freeze the unbaked dough for up to three months.
The website adds: 'The ruins of the huge city of Moenjodaro built entirely of unbaked brick in the 3rd millennium B.C.
SBP is implementing NFLP as one of its flagship programs to provide basic financial education to unbaked and low-income strata, especially the youth and women.
However, they continued to work whereas the unbaked bricks were put into storage that had impact over its quality.
Archeological ruins of Mohenjodaro stands among the ancient civilisations of the world.This city regarded as the city from the third millennium BC and is entirely made with unbaked bricks and mud.
The first was an eight-tiered ice cake, decorated with 900 delicate sugar paste flowers and the second was an unbaked chocolate biscuit cake.
Top an unbaked pizza crust with the mac and cheese, add chopped tomatoes or tomato sauce, and bake.