cornstarch


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cornstarch

 [korn´stahrch]
see starch (def. 2).
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Repeat with the rest of the fritters, adding cream soda and ice and wetting the cornstarch mixture to form a batter until all the vegetables have been used up and fried.
Coat beef with a mixture of 1 1/2 tablespoons EACH cornstarch and soy sauce mixed with garlic; let stand 5 minutes.
Meanwhile, in bowl, smoothly blend cornstarch and broth.
Another, Dull-Waxy cornstarch, makes puddings stiffer and gives baked goods a "velvety texture," says his colleague Frances R.
A tiny bit of cornstarch (such as in the recipe at right) whipped with the sugar into the meringue traps some of this moisture and reduces beading.
In a 2-quart pan, mix sugar, cornstarch, gelatin, and pureed berries.
These acid segments loosely associate (hydrogenbond) with the cornstarch, permitting the researchers to extrude well-mixed plastics incorporating up to 40 percent starch.
Stir cornstarch mixture, swirl it into wok and bring to a boil, stirring constantly, until sauce has thickened and chicken is cooked through, about 1 minute.
2 tablespoons cornstarch blended with 2 tablespoons water
Toray Industries in Tokyo, Japan, claims to have developed the first flexible bi-oriented film based on polylactide (PLA) biodegradable polymer, which is derived from cornstarch by bacterial fermentation.