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baking powder a powder containing sodium bicarbonate and an acidic substance, that serves as a leavening agent in baking by releasing carbon dioxide when mixed with water, thereby causing the dough to rise.
biscuit (chiefly British) a small, thin, crisp, sweet cake baked from stiff dough. [1/4 definitions]
calzone an Italian dish consisting of a pizza-dough shell filled with meat, cheese, vegetables, or the like.
cookie a small, sweet, flat or ball-shaped cake baked from stiff dough. [1/4 definitions]
croissant a roll, in the shape of a crescent, made of leavened dough or puff pastry.
cruller a sweet cake made from deep-fried dough, usu. shaped into a ring or twisted into a spiral.
crumb baked with a covering of crumbled dough made with flour, butter, and sugar. [1/6 definitions]
crust the hard browned dough on the outside of baked goods such as bread or pies. [1/7 definitions]
Danish pastry a light, flaky pastry that is made of raised dough, filled with cheese, fruit, or the like, and usu. covered with icing.
doughy of or like dough, esp. in being soft and heavy, flabby, pale, or pasty. [1/2 definitions]
drop cookie a cookie made by dropping dough from a spoon onto the baking sheet, rather than by shaping or rolling it.
dumpling a lump of boiled dough, often served in soup with stewed meat. [2 definitions]
egg roll a thin flat square of egg dough that is folded like an envelope around finely chopped raw vegetables and shredded pork or shrimp, and then fried in deep fat.
fortune cookie a hollow Chinese cookie made from a folded circle of thin dough, containing a slip of paper with a proverb, prediction, or the like.
fritter2 a piece of fried dough, often containing bits of fruit, vegetables, meat, or fish, and shaped into a small cake.
gluten a tough, elastic protein substance that occurs in cereal grains and flours, esp. wheat and corn, and makes dough sticky.
knish a flaky piece of dough stuffed with meat, potato, or the like and fried or baked.
kuchen a German coffee cake made with yeast dough and usu. containing fruits, nuts, and the like.
leaven a substance, such as yeast, that produces fermentation in a dough or batter and causes it to rise. [1/4 definitions]
leavening an agent such as yeast or baking powder that causes the formation of carbon dioxide gas in batter or dough, causing it to expand and rise. [1/2 definitions]
noodle1 a piece of dough, usu. narrow and flat, made from flour and eggs and dried to be used in soups, casseroles, and the like.