What type of dish are you referring to? Oatmeal/porridge?
I would say "you made the oatmeal too runny".
The same term can be used to describe eggs sunny side up. Some people like them runny, others like them well done.
The term "watery" can also be used, especially when talking about soup.
<-----Off-topic comments and Hindi word removed by moderator (Florentia52)----->(Neither of those dishes looks like oatmeal. They're not even the right color. )
Oatmeal can be too thin or watery if there is too much liquid in it.
Noodles are not supposed to be a solid substance (each noodle is solid, but the noodles together aren't) and are often part of a soup so that can't possibly apply.
I know what kheer is. It's a pudding with rice and is not at all like oatmeal. Now we need to discuss the consistency of the pudding and quantity of the pudding.Because the one below is called Kheer. . If You eat this one time , you will become addicted to it. .
You perhaps don't know I from the land of CURRY.
I know what kheer is. It's a pudding with rice and is not at all like oatmeal. Now we need to discuss the consistency of the pudding and quantity of the pudding.
Is the pudding too thin or is there too much of it compared to the amount of rice.