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Knead dough a little again.
Knead the dough for 1 or 2.
Knead some for the rotis,’ my.
Knead with your hand about 45 seconds.
Knead in with fingers as mixture thickens.
Knead on speed 2 until the dough clings to.
I usually knead bread for one or two minutes.

Continue to knead and then roll and form into.
Knead 8-10 minutes or until smooth and elastic.
Knead the muscles of your partner’s arms using.
If the dough seems too sticky, knead in more sugar.
Bakers trade bread recipes on a knead to know basis.
Hand knead the dough and be careful not to over knead.
Knead the dough, divide it into 25-30 pieces and form.
Cats knead when they want to relax or feel comfortable in.
Knead the dough for about 10 minutes until pliable and soft.
Using your thumbs to knead the muscles of the arms is best.
Knead for about 3 minutes until it no longer sticks to hands.
Knead again and then pick up the dough and pull it out with.
Roll dough onto a floured board and knead for about 2 minutes.
Knead, stretch and roll the rest of the dough into 3 more pizzas.
Roll the dough onto a floured board and knead for about 2 minutes.
Place the dough on the floured surface and knead about 5 or 6 times.
Add chicken to bag; seal bag and knead to coat chicken with marinade.
Knead dough, and form it into balls with a cherry wrapped in the middle.
Mix the above ingredients for 10 minutes in a strong mixer or knead by.
It is important for us to knead and bake our own bread with the tears of.
Knead love into the bread you bake; wrap strength and courage in the parcel.
Knead with fingers, then place on board dusted with confectioners' sugar and.
Knead with hands and shape into rolls about 2 inches long and l/2 inch thick.
Let rest for 1 hour, knead a little and shape it into small circles, 4 1/2 to 6.
She moved so quietly that I was startled to feel her hands begin to knead my shoulders.
Throwing her long braid over her shoulder, she began to knead the other woman’s calves.
Turn out onto floured surface, knead until smooth, 5 to 7 minute, adding flour as necessary.
When you can gather it into a rough ball, place the dough on a floured board and knead it for.
Are you referring to the club or the land? Aazuria asked as used a knuckle to knead her thigh.
Pierce’s eyes immediately went to the hint of lace beneath and his hand began to knead at her thigh.
You can knead using a food processor, your hands or the mixer, but the process is radically the same.
I had to reach over Chloe’s head and knead my thigh until the pain became an ache that I could bear.
When it becomes the consistency of stiff dough, knead it even though not all the sugar has been added.
Grady kneading dough on the counter.
Time spent in kneading is not wasted.
Kneading Sue’s skin a little here.
In essence, kneading is a normal and.
The last point has to do with kneading the bread.
Most recipes call for five to ten minutes of kneading.
At the same time, slightly kneading them with her fingers.
May I speak plainly? Collins said, his voice kneading her.
The Curandera stopped kneading her dough as she formulated a reply.
I’ve had it for over thirty years and it cuts down on kneading time.
She began kneading his love-handle by his spine, muttered, ‘Knotted here,’ his skin.
Gulab had spent thirty minutes kneading the dough, in which time the potatoes had boiled.
He scrubbed a hand through his hair and down the back of his neck, kneading it as if it ached.
His hands slid down my sides to my ass where he began kneading my very hot, very wanting flesh.
Rani was chopping onions briskly, without a tear, Bilo was kneading the dough on the opposite end.
Resting the dough is the last step and allows the dough to relax and absorb the water and kneading.
He was stroking her hair back out of her face while another hand was kneading her ass and upper leg.
Rocky lay in her lap one night, kneading the soft robe and purring, with his lips curled into a cat smile.
She was about to apologise and speak of something else to prevent kneading in the woman’s shame when she spoke.
The 4 processes included are the mixing process, the kneading process, the rising process and the baking process.
Kneading means taking the bread dough into your hands and working it so that the ingredients are blended together.
Patches lies down on his knee and begins purring loudly, kneading her claws, and staring in McSpadden’s direction.
He cupped her breast in his hand and began kneading it slowly while rolling the nipple beneath his fingers hungrily.
I felt his practiced hands gently begin kneading my aching shoulders and I whimpered pathetically, leaning into his touch.
He pushed her lower back closer towards him, pressing her chest on his and kneading her back with his hands as she circled her arms around his neck.
Now begin kneading the dough, and knead until the whole is smooth and damp, and leaves the hand without sticking, which will take about 15 to 20 minutes.
The girl would not be still and the men were all around them, making ribald japes about flouring her up and kneading her well whilst they pulled off her clothes.
She could already feel an orgasm building within her from the sheer intensity of the wetness combined with the pressure from his mouth and his hands kneading her calf and foot muscles.
Gently pressing and stroking, squeezing and kneading, he was having a wonderful time, but then, as if some realization had suddenly hit him, he became self-aware and ashamed of himself.
Then the kisses became harder, harder and longer; then deep and hard and long, feeling and kneading, pulling and clutching and pressing together until Court lifted her up and onto the bed.
Before reaching the elder, who, standing at the little safe, was kneading over the remnants of some tapers into one piece of wax, Iván Petróvich stopped to take a look at the praying woman.
They will feed on barley-meal and flour of wheat, baking and kneading them, making noble cakes and loaves; these they will serve up on a mat of reeds or on clean leaves, themselves reclining the while upon beds strewn with yew or myrtle.
Only an instant before Grandma had put down her kneaded bread dough in the kitchen (it lay with her fingerprints floured in it on the kneading board at this moment), Grandpa had laid aside Dickens in the library, Skip had leaped from the crabapple tree.
It was a poor day when he did not peddle back to his hut without at least half a dozen twenty-five centimetre fish, unsuitable for filleting but adequate for pounding and kneading into balls, resting at the bottom of the basket tethered between the handle bars of the cycle.
In cellars and storerooms similar men were busy among the provisions, and in the yards unlocking or breaking open coach house and stable doors, lighting fires in kitchens and kneading and baking bread with rolled-up sleeves, and cooking; or frightening, amusing, or caressing women and children.
Once some companions of the messenger of Allah (May the blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) went to visit Abi-Zarr at his house, they found that he only had a simple mattress to sleep on, a cup for drinking and a bowl for eating, washing clothes and kneading, they asked him: "Where is the furniture of your house?" He said:.
Moving his hands together, as if he were kneading a ball of dough, he said,.
Even when he kneaded the knots in.
She had kneaded the Mazo-tex® by hand, and.
His hands found her breasts and kneaded their fullness.
He kneaded me on the chest with the hand holding the cigarette.
He kneaded the leg pieces with his hands, trying to soften the pelts.
I embraced Sue around her shoulders as Sue kneaded my butt cheeks with.
Bravely he pressed and kneaded, spreading the cheeks and pressing them together again.
He leaned over her again with an elbow across her waist and kneaded her with both hands.
In perfect proportion, all of her muscles were twisted, kneaded, stretched, and caressed with perfection.
One impression destroys the other, and the whole novel falls to pieces and breaks up, like bread which has not been kneaded.
They’d had their already aching bodies, kneaded, twisted and pummelled as the masseuses gave them a full body massage, with no happy ending.
Then I was turned over and kneaded, pressed, stroked and intimately interfered with until, accompanied by a great sigh from the audience, I ejaculated.
Was there any stone which might trip him in his rush? He kneaded his legs against cramp and found that his muscles were jerking after their long tension.
Severa, beating and beating the mixture with fervor used a huge wooden spoon, with a force that I had seen her only when she kneaded her chunky oatmeal bread.
Feeling for the baggie confining the nurse‘s delicate undergarments Sam nervously kneaded it, finding its redolence overpowering—even though sealed and in his pocket.
I kneaded the dark stuff in my warm hands; I smelled the planet Mars, an iron smell, and the planet Venus, a green ivy smell, and the planet Mercury, a scent of sulfur and fire; and I could smell the milky moon and the hardness of stars.
I kneaded the dark stuff in my warm hands; I smelled the planet Mars, an iron smell, and the planet Venus, a green ivy smell, and the planet Mercury, a scent of sulphur and fire; and I could smell the milky moon and the hardness of stars.
I kneaded the dark stuff in my warm hands; I smelled the planet Mars, an iron smell, and the planet Venus, a green ivy smell, and the planet Mercury, a scent of sulphur and fire: and I could smell the milky Moon and the hardness of stars.
Some of this dust was kneaded by the feet and wheels, while the rest rose and hung like a cloud over the troops, settling in eyes, ears, hair, and nostrils, and worst of all in the lungs of the men and beasts as they moved along that road.
It was apparent that he was nervous by the way he kept his head bowed respectfully and the slight twitching of his hands as he kneaded his cap to the point that it would surely be unpresentable with his otherwise impeccably pressed uniform.
When I was as old as you, I was a feeling fellow enough, partial to the unfledged, unfostered, and unlucky; but Fortune has knocked me about since: she has even kneaded me with her knuckles, and now I flatter myself I am hard and tough as an India-.
Only an instant before Grandma had put down her kneaded bread dough in the kitchen (it lay with her fingerprints floured in it on the kneading board at this moment), Grandpa had laid aside Dickens in the library, Skip had leaped from the crabapple tree.
All learned men are occupied with their sacred businesses, which lead to the investigation of protoplasms, the spectrum analysis of stars, and so on: but concerning investigations as to how to set an axe, or with what kind it is more advantageous to hew; which saw is the most handy; with what flour bread shall be made, how it may best be kneaded, how to set it to rise; how to heat and to build stoves; what food, drink or crockery-ware it is best to use; what mushrooms may be eaten, and how they may be prepared more conveniently,—science never troubles itself, or does so very slightly.
In a moment he had so kneaded together the social dough that the drawing room became very lively,.
Giving it a few caresses and kneads with her fingers before resting.
Guntram kneads the side of his head, as if trying to banish a headache.
Morris kneads her foot and says he believes it’s in Brooklyn somewhere, and why? As if he doesn’t know why.
She kneads the muscles of his chest, and his breathing speeds up, growing deeper yet more constricting with each beat of his heart.

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