- v. Simple past tense and past participle of cream.
- See cream (verb) (Wiktionary)
“Stir in creamed coconut until smooth and rich-looking.”
“I was hoping to use it as a substitute for chipped beef, as in creamed chipped beef over biscuits.”
“* Replace all or part of the cream in creamed soups with silken tofu.”
“It seemed weird to think about these things, and to have to make an appointment for something so awful, but the idea of creamed carrots and mashed yams made me want the baby less so I focused on tandoori chicken and spice and naan.”
“First on the return list is the water biscuit, now called a creamed butter wafer, being made rich as Croesus, the perfect companion to cheese and sherry.”
“-- To increase the nutritive value of rice, it is sometimes cooked with milk and cream to form what is known as creamed rice.”
“While some of the restaurant's sides (such as creamed spinach) are underwhelming, its steak sauce on a sliced tomato and onion is tastefully original.”
“Someone must have forgotten to tell them out there in CA that Clinton was "creamed" in the last debate and is supposed to be losing support ...”
“Chafing dishes are used by many housewives, for in addition to the use mentioned, they serve very well for the making of practically any kind of creamed dish, including those in which sea foods and vegetables are used, as well as for the sautéing of foods.”
“Fresh fixings dominate the salad bar: romaine mix, tomato, broccoli, mushrooms, cucumbers, red onions and spinach along with several prepared salads, such as creamed cabbage and macaroni salad.”
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