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Roll out the dough, cut it in cakes and bake them on tins in a moderately hot oven.
Then roll out your crust very thin, lay the pieces of butter thickly over it.
Roll out lightly (one way), then add lard and flour; roll and repeat the process until flour and lard have all been used.
If it is not stiff enough to roll out, knead in a little flour, if too stiff, put in a little water.
Turn dough, putting folded edges to the sides; roll out, spread and fold as before.
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Roll out the paste about a quarter of an inch thick, using plenty of flour on the paste-board and rolling pin.
She ached to turn back her sleeves and don a blue-and-white checked apron and roll out noodles.
Inclined bottom-boards form the basis of one or two patents, said to be good to roll out the worms.
Roll out, cut into rounds with a biscuit cutter, and bake in a slow oven.
Roll out one pound of puff paste until it is about one-eighth inch thick.

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