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  • adj. comparative form of bready: more bready


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  • And stylistically his focaccia is thicker and "breadier" than Field's. - News

  • If you want to cook them in a dry skillet, they will puff up more and be a bit “breadier,” tasting more like Cinnamon English Muffins than the street snack I had in Seoul.

    Homemade Hotteok | Baking Bites

  • They release a lot of naturally sweet juice during baking and the biscuit-like topping is able to soak a lot of it up, providing a great balance between the juicy filling and the breadier topping.

    Cherry Cornmeal Cobbler | Baking Bites

  • My first encounter with the real thing was a heart-cloggingly satisfying session, with crunchy crust on the bottom, breadier crust on top, and loads of ooey gooey cheese in between.

    Stephencooks :

  • They use 100% whole wheat flour, which would normally give bread a a slightly coarser, slightly breadier texture than something made with refined wheat flour, but I added vital wheat gluten available at most natural/specialty food stores to the dough to increase its elasticity and help the finished pretzels to retain the chewiness that makes them so tasty.

    Whole Wheat Soft Pretzels | Baking Bites

  • Working with one piece at a time (leaving the others covered with a towel or plastic wrap), divide into three strips and roll each out to a length of 24-30-inches (longer means thinner pretzels, shorter leads to breadier pretzels).

    Whole Wheat Soft Pretzels | Baking Bites

  • "It may sound a little gross if you are thinking of a sweet cupcake, but it is more of a breadier texture," says Hurwitz, who tried out all recipes on the couple's three sons.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • It some how tastes breadier - I am sure that can't make sense!

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Flour tortillas, though not often completely insipred, had a chewiness and breadier flavor that I prefered.

    Homemade Corn Tortillas | Baking Bites

  • So if you are looking for a lower-fat version of this sort of warm, spicy honey-cake, I'd recommend you go for this instead: yes, it will have a slightly drier, breadier consistency, but it also doesn't contain any butter or oil, so is lower in the calorie-stakes.

    Beekeepers' Honey Cake


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