Examples of doughy in a Sentence
High humidity can make your loaves turn out doughy.
she worried that her husband was very ill when she saw his doughy complexion
Recent Examples of doughy from the Web
At Ácenar, the fried oyster taco has only the third thing to lean on, and the doughy breading wasn’t something to talk about, nor was the corn tortilla or thin, thready slaw ($13.95 with rice and beans).
His people’s faces are often unprepossessing, doughy and puffy (an ugly, roly-poly little Jesus, a chinless Virgin Mary).
Note: Breakfast stops at 11 a.m.; the rest of it stops at 1:30 p.m. Tortillas: Only the thick, doughy flour tortillas are made by hand.
There have been momentary slips unbecoming of Philly’s most expensive tasting menu, including a doughy period of too much flour in the famous spinach gnocchi — until the recipe last year was restored to its original airy glory.
Despite the doughy sturdiness of a Papa John’s classic crust—and this specimen was both doughy and notably sturdy—liquid, still, escaped.
Sports Illustrated ran a cover featuring a doughy white kid in a Kentucky jersey, head bowed, cradling a basketball on his hip.
The food is a doughy lifeline between her and her lover, between her and the country of her parents.
Other eats Two doughy pretzels crusted with hop salt ($8) started our meal.
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