To brush the top of a baked item, such as bread, lightly with a beaten egg.
Egg yolk or white is mixed with a little water or milk and brushed over baked goods before baking to give them extra color.
Milk or water combined with beaten eggs used to coat baked items for shine/sheen.
A mixture of a fresh egg and 1/4 cup of milk or water. This is brushed onto the unbaked surface of breads, just before baking, to give a nice shine to their crusts. (see basting brush)
An egg-based glaze brushed on bakery items to produce a gloss
Egg whites or yolks mixed with some water or milk, brushed onto baked goods.
A mixture of beaten eggs, sometimes with a little added milk or water. Used to coat cookies or pastry to give a shine when baked.
Brushing the top of a baked item, like bread, with a beaten egg.
A mixture of beaten eggs (yolks, whites, or whole eggs) with either milk or water. Used to coat cookies and other baked goods to give them a shine when baked.
It is a procedure of giving a shine and colour to baked goodies by mixing egg yolk or white with a small amount of water or liquid then brushing over cookies and stuff to be baked.
Beaten raw egg, sometimes mixed with water and a little...