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Definition: Slurry


Slurry
A liquid mixture usually involving water and flour that is stirred into hot soups, stews, or sauces as a thickener. In order for the flour to lose its raw taste, the soup, stew, or sauce should be cooked for several minutes longer.

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partysugar partysugar 10 years
No the white sauce you put into lasagna is called bechamel.
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like the white sauce u put in lasagna?
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