underbake

underbake

(ˌʌndəˈbeɪk)
vb (tr)
(Cookery) to bake insufficiently
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With its new BBC One home and filming location in Berkshire, we were relieved to find that the baking battle format has remained the same - three stonking challenges across two days that are daunting enough to make anyone burn or underbake a cake or two.
Be sure not to underbake. When the cake has cooled, sprinkle with confectioners sugar and serve.
Temperature is: standard bake - 180[degrees] [+ or -] 2[degrees]C; overbake - 215[degrees] [+ or -]2[degrees]C and underbake - 160[degrees] [+ or -]2[degrees]C.
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.
Some auto companies (particularly Japanese manufacturers) like to see [T.sub.g] values, tensile strengths, elongation to break numbers, elastic modulus values, and crosslink densities as a function of bake temperatures (underbake, normal bake, and overbake).