Synonyms for well baked

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Let them be well baked; not scorched on the top, and raw at the bottom.

I'm not hungry, Patergrey; besides, it looks too white to be well baked.

But they were not ill—not in the least—which proved that the cake was well baked.

Test with a broom straw to be sure that the cake is well baked.

In a very hot oven the rolls will be well baked in 1/2 an hour.

An old-fashioned way of finding out when the cakes are well baked is to try with a new wooden toothpick.

For if any little Pieces remain that are not well baked, when they come to be made use of, they crack and break the Work.

He soon found a fallen branch of the inocarpus, well baked by the sun, and which had long lost every particle of moisture.

The Muffle being thus constructed, and then well baked, is fit for use.

He drew out his bread—it had been well baked—and distributed it to the hungry, glad to have something in this hour of need.