tr.v. un·mold·ed, un·mold·ing, un·molds
To remove from a mold: unmold a lemon mousse.
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Compared with that dark and stern countenance, her brothers' faces, bending low over their soup-plates, were mere circles of pink, unmolded flesh.
Lift the foil holding the block of filling and unmold it onto a cutting board, top side down.
Let cool slightly on a rack, 15 minutes, and then gently unmold.
Allow it to cool completely then unmold. Trim stirrers so they lie flush with soap.
Transfer pans to a wire rack to cool for 10 minutes, then unmold cakes and cool completely on rack.
Cover a cutting board with sugar and unmold gelatin onto board.
I like to make individual flans, as they cook more quickly and are easy to unmold, but a large flan can be cooked in a wide earthenware or ceramic dish or pie plate.
Unmold the liver from the terrine, wrap tightly in plastic wrap and aluminum foil and return to refrigerator in a clean terrine mold for another two days to allow the flavors to develop.
Unmold by setting the cartons in the tub/pool for a few moments.
Unmold onto a decorative plate and spread with topping.
"Most people bake only occasionally and can't afford to have bakeware that is too intricate in design to be able to unmold or too flimsy to be able to handle heat variations in ovens and other variables.