Definitions

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  • adjective Made with yeast or having yeast as an ingredient.

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  • adjective Treated with yeast; fermented
  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of yeast.

Etymologies

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From yeast ("noun") +‎ -ed

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See yeast (verb)

Examples

  • It is a thin yeasted “cake” with different toppings, like yours.

    Zwiebelplatz (Potato-rye flatbread with onions) bbd #07 « Baking History

  • Nowadays I make yeasted breads regularly (mostly in the form of the aforementioned bagels), but no longer am I restricted to packets of dried yeast - though they are by far the most convenient bread starters out there, and I still keep several packets of quick-rise as well as a small bulk bag of "regular" active dry in my freezer.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • This bread is made entirely from scratch, starting with a simple, yeasted bread dough.

    2009 January | Baking Bites

  • Hotteok is a type of yeasted pancake filled with a sugary filling.

    A bite of Seoul street food: Hotteok | Baking Bites

  • Check out more yeasted creations over at this week's Yeastspotting.

    Swirly Saturdays

  • Check out more yeasted creations over at this week's Yeastspotting.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Shuna Lydon of Peels Restaurant and Bakery in New York, who dusts yeasted donuts in ground black sesame sugar for her restaurant's brunch menu, loves how the seeds offer both familiarity and surprise: Black sesame tastes like white, but it has a smoky, deeper, darker character.

    Open (Black) Sesame!

  • Beat the flour mixture into the yeasted water to form a stiff, smooth dough.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Nowadays I make yeasted breads regularly (mostly in the form of the aforementioned bagels), but no longer am I restricted to packets of dried yeast - though they are by far the most convenient bread starters out there, and I still keep several packets of quick-rise as well as a small bulk bag of "regular" active dry in my freezer.

    One - A - Penny...

  • Beat the flour mixture into the yeasted water to form a stiff, smooth dough.

    More Seed Than Bread

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