Translation of icing in Spanish:

icing

glaseado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈaɪsɪŋ//ˈʌɪsɪŋ/

noun

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    • 1.1Cooking
      (hard)

      glaseado masculine
      fondant masculine
      • Powdery confectioners' sugar contains a small amount of starch, which is desirable in some products like icings and pastry creams but not desirable in brioche.
      • When the door shut behind him, I dipped my finger into the icing and tasted it.
      • As trade with the New World increased, cochineal became the standard dye for a wide variety of uses, from the red coats of British soldiers, to the red tints of artists' paints and the coloring of pastry icings.
      • The carton says: ‘Great for cakes, icings, biscuits, French toast, quiche, batters and coatings for baking or frying!’
      • Both cake and icing will keep in the fridge for up to three days.
      • One birthday, she had chocolate cake with pink icing, and she and two friends spent the entire afternoon running through the sprinkler.
      • My friend is an excellent cook and she has planned the menu carefully, from pressure-cooking the beans for the homemade hummus to the icing on the brownies.
      • It makes icings, marzipan and nut products, which it supplies to caterers and supermarkets.
      • While cake is baking, make the icing by mixing together cream cheese, creme fraiche, butter, vanilla, sugar and walnuts.
      • These icings are a perfect way to top off your organic desserts or turn your black forest cake into a truly eco-friendly treat.
      • Thin with water if icing is too thick to drizzle.
      • The icing is lifeless and the cake is flat and dry.
      • For the icing, melt chocolate then stir until smooth and whisk in cream.
      • You would have been confronted with the dull thud of abstract nouns and adjectives sprinkled about like chocolate chips on the chocolate icing of a chocolate cake.
      • Re-melt the chocolate if necessary, and then drizzle over the icing.
      • Now you will make your various frostings and icings, or prepare your melted chocolate for drizzling, or dust with powdered sugar to decorate your cookies as directed.
      • No, it was a normal cake with no icing or any flavour other than vanilla, but it was green, as if he was celebrating Eid, or St. Patrick's Day.
      • The sponge was moist and the icing simply scrumptious!
      • Keep the icing in a bowl, covered with a damp paper towel and a layer of plastic wrap.
      • Cakes covered with these relatively simple icings are often further decorated with the addition of glacé cherries, angelica, silver dragées, hundreds and thousands, etc.

    • 1.2British Cooking
      (soft)

      baño masculine
      chocolate icing baño de chocolate masculine

  • 2

    (formation of ice)
    formación de hielo feminine
    • Mixed ice is the most dangerous kind of airframe icing due to its weight and disruption to the airflow.
    • Signs of engine icing could include loss of power, abnormal or slow RPM response to throttle movement, and indications of engine surge or stall.
    • The report also confirmed that the icing may not have been noticed by Mr Baldwin because of safety implements fitted in the vehicle.
    • Compared to the turbulence, the hail and the lightning, icing was the biggest threat of all.
    • As I watched sheets of ice being thrown off our rotor blades, I realized how serious the icing had been.