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[uhn-mohld] /ʌnˈmoʊld/
verb (used with object)
to take out of a mold:
to unmold a gelatin dessert.
to destroy the mold or shape of.
Origin of unmold
1605-15; un-2 + mold1 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • On that note: when you're ready to unmold your gelatin, place the mold in lukewarm water to release your dish in one jiggly piece.
  • Hold the serving dish and pot together tightly and flip them to unmold the rice.
  • When you are ready to use the apples, unmold or spoon them from the pan.
  • Invert measure onto a buttered plate, then tap measure to unmold rice.
  • To unmold, run tip of a thin knife between edge of mold and cranberry sauce.
  • When ready to unmold, run a paring knife around the edge of the cake pan.
  • When set, unmold the terrine by inverting on a platter.
  • Run a knife along the edges of the muffins and unmold.
  • unmold mousse and serve on curly kale, with lemon mayonnaise poured over the top.
  • Allow it to cool completely in the pan, then unmold.

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