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Glaze (with apricot jelly)

Glazing a tart or cake with a little apricot jelly (using a brush) to make it glossy and appetising.

Example: "Glaze the tart before putting it in a cool place."
Meaning: Using a brush, glaze a cooked tart with strained apricot jam before putting it in the fridge.

Glaze (with apricot jelly)
Recipes which use this word: 7, of which:
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