Batter


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batter

[′bad·ər]
(civil engineering)
A uniformly steep slope in a retaining wall or pier; inclination is expressed as 1 foot horizontally per vertical unit (in feet).

Batter

A wall that gently slopes inward toward the top.

batter

To incline from the vertical. A wall is said to batter when it recedes as it rises.
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In a warm place, let the batter rest for 10 to 15 minutes or more until bubbles form on the surface.Pour some batter (enough to cover fully the surface of the pan) onto the warm pan using a small ladle, then heat on a gentle setting.
Yvonne Adam, Marketing Director of Young's Seafood, said: "Fusing the great taste of Gastro with the significant health benefits of Omega 3, our Tempura Battered Fish Fillets offer shoppers the best way to create their own restaurant quality experience at home".
Spoon the batter into each waffle section, trying to get one roasted tomato in each quarter.
CHS sent 30 batters to the plate for 11 runs on 12 hits and 7 RBI's.
5 With a steady hand (or with grown-up help) place the tin back into the oven and cook for 15-20 mins or until the batter is golden, puffed up and crispy.
Keep the crepe warm while you cook the remaining batter in the same way.
Carolyn Kerr runs a takeaway called The Battered Wife and defended the name after she faced complaints from around the world and boycott threats.
Your oils should change from a rich, translucent solution to a thin, cloudy batter.
Keep the cooked crepes warm while you repeat with the remaining batter. 5.
Various coating components, such as pre-dust, batter and breading, are used during the frying process, affecting yield and fat uptake.
A CHIPPY is offering a special festive treat - mince pies fried in batter.