Work to make some dough (5)
I believe the answer is:
I believe this is a double definition.
'work' is the first definition.
(I know that work can be written as knead)
'make some dough' is the second definition.
(I've seen this in another clue)
'to' acts as a link.
(Other definitions for knead that I've seen before include "Work flour into dough manually" , "Manipulate" , "Work together" , "Work (dough) into mass" , "Somehow work in" .)