English version

cornstarch

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
cornstarchcorn‧starch /ˈkɔːnstɑːtʃ $ ˈkɔːrnstɑːrtʃ/ noun [uncountable] American English  DFcornflour
Examples from the Corpus
cornstarchIn a cup or small bowl, mix together water and cornstarch until smooth; add to broth.Dissolve cornstarch in cream and add to skillet.Mix cornstarch and water in a medium sized mixing bowl.When the mixture is ready, there will be no separate grains of cornstarch.When ready to finish dish, dissolve remaining 1 tablespoon cornstarch in water; set aside.Before the class begins, mix the cornstarch and water together in a large mixing bowl.Sift the cornstarch on to a plate.Also, the gloves were often dusted with cornstarch or powder to make it easier to pull them on and off.
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