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Table of Contents:
- What is the best flour to make biscuits?
- Can I substitute butter for shortening in biscuits?
- What can I use instead of biscuit dough?
- How do you thicken biscuit dough?
- How can you make dough thicker without flour?
- What do you do if your dough is too runny?
- What type of flour is suitable for bread making?
- How do you make dough stick together?
- Why is my dough not sticky?
- What does shaggy dough look like?
- How do you smooth out shaggy dough?
- Why does my dough look shaggy?
- What is tacky dough?
What is the best flour to make biscuits?
Any southern baker will tell you that to make the best biscuits, you need special flour--specifically White Lily All-Purpose Flour milled from extra-fine, soft, red-winter wheat. Because, it's low in both protein and gluten, this flour makes baked goods rise higher and come out lighter.
Can I substitute butter for shortening in biscuits?
If you're starting with a biscuit recipe that calls for shortening, you can swap in butter or margarine at a 1:1 ratio.
What can I use instead of biscuit dough?
Biscuit Mix Substitute Recipe
- 1 cup flour.
- 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder.
- 1/4 teaspoon salt.
- 1 tablespoon shortening, olive oil, or melted butter.
How do you thicken biscuit dough?
Soft – Dough that's “soft” or “runny” can be thickened by adding one or two tablespoons of flour to your mix. This will help keep your batch from “Spreading” and coming out of the oven looking like flat, not-so-cookie-like puddles.
How can you make dough thicker without flour?
How to thicken Batter without flour? Add dry pudding mix or cornflour, cocoa powder, or eggs to make your batter thick without flour.
What do you do if your dough is too runny?
- Treat it like the dough in Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day, in which you sprinkle flour on top, then pull off a portion you need, then shape quickly into a ball, developing the outer skin, keeping the freshly floured side out.
- Chill down the dough, so it's firmer and easier to work with.
What type of flour is suitable for bread making?
How do you make dough stick together?
Add three tablespoons of water and mix, first with the spoon, then with your hands. Add one or two more tablespoons of water, if needed, until the flour sticks together and forms a nice soft ball. It should have the consistency of play dough.
Why is my dough not sticky?
Stickiness is related to the hydration in your dough, no more and no less. ... At the same time, if you are making a drier dough that you know should not be sticky then it's a sign that your dough either hasn't incorporated the water, the gluten hasn't fully developed, or maybe you need a bit more flour in it.
What does shaggy dough look like?
It's lumpy yet well-mixed (no dry spots of flour); it's a cohesive ball but not a smooth one; it sort of looks like the inside of a soft pillow. Next time you need to make a shaggy dough—for hot water crust, pita, shortcakes, pie!
How do you smooth out shaggy dough?
Shoot for shaggy right out of the mixer and you will get smooth dough later.
- Smooth dough - after a rest time.
- Just out of the mixer on the left - after 5 minute rest on the right.
Why does my dough look shaggy?
Shaggy dough would one that is not fully hydrated or at least not worked to a smooth state. Looks a bit like a shaggy dog. Hope that works. Just add the water to flour a little at a time and you'll see it.
What is tacky dough?
"Tacky" refers to the experience of pulling your finger off the surface of a lump of dough and noticing that your finger sticks a little bit but no dough comes off at all. A well-kneaded high hydration dough can be very soft but not at all sticky, because it can form a skin.
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