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Professional Baking

Subject : cooking
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1. If the batter was a bread batter - you can make muffins out of it. If it was a muffin batter - you can make bread out of it.






2. Bread flour. Popover structure must be strong enough to hold up the large holes. Batter mixed well to develop gluten. HIGH % OF EGGS used to give structure.






3. Muffin method






4. 1. Cream fat - sugar - salt - milk powder 2. Gradually (little by little) add eggs 3. Add water or milk (liquid) 4. Sift together flour & baking powder in separate bowl. 5. Add to liquids & mix to a smooth dough.






5. The development of elongated holes inside muffin products






6. Loaf breads






7. They can be mixed more without becoming tough.






8. 1. Sift together dry ingredients 2. combine all liquids - including melted fat 3. Add liquids to dry. Mix only until batter is moist. Will look lumpy. Do Not Overmix! 4. Pan and bake immediately!






9. A LITTLE! Keep gluten development low. Mix only until the dry ingredients are moist.






10. Do Not STIR OR MIX the batter. It will toughen it!






11. Thin batter






12. Formulas use less fat & sugar than rich - oily muffins sold in stores today.






13. Mix very little - plus fat & sugar






14. Overmixing caused irregular shapes - toughness & tunnelling






15. Produces fine textured goods and less danger of overmixing






16. 1. biscuit method 2. muffin method 3. creaming method






17. Overmixing can cause toughness. Mix only until dry ingredients become moist!






18. More time consuming






19. 1. Cream fat - sugar - salt - spices - milk powder until light 2. Mix in eggs in 2 or 3 stages 3. Sift dry ingredients (flour - baking powder) together in separate bowl 4. Stir liquid ingredients together in separate bowl 5. Add dry ingredients alter






20. No yeast. Chemical leavening agents are used (baking powder - baking soda) & steam






21. To develop gluten so structure can hold up and make holes.






22. Toughens them.






23. Brown evenly






24. Mixes ingredients together more evenly/uniformly






25. So you don't waste dough. Minimize leftover scraps.






26. Greased & floured






27. No. Only mix until ingredients are moistened. Batter may be lumpy.






28. First with honey. Then with sugarcane. Last with molasses.






29. Very large holes






30. Cut STRAIGHT DOWN and Do Not DRAG KNIFE!






31. Fat






32. 1. Soft doughs (biscuits - rolled out & cut into shapes) 2. Batters (pour batters & drop batters)






33. Biscuit method






34. Lightly. Just enough to develop flakiness but not toughen product.






35. Muffins - loaf breads - pancakes






36. Toughness & Tunnelling (the development of elongated holes inside muffin products)






37. Cut into squares of triangles with pastry cutter knife or roller cutters.






38. Creaming method






39. Toughness & Tunnelling






40. Gingerbread!






41. Greased or lined with silicone paper






42. Popovers have no chemical leaveners or yeast. Uses steam - bread flour & eggs to help rise. You must mix more to develop gluten to hlod up the structure and create the holes in baked good.






43. Tin pan






44. Popovers are leavened with steam.






45. DOWN. Cut straight down. Do Not TWIST CUTTER!






46. Method that begins with the blending of fat & sugar (cakes - cookies - etc.)






47. Toughness & tunnelling






48. A batter too thick to be poured but will drop in lumps from spoon






49. Rich






50. Use creaming method if formula is high in fat. Produces fine texture & has less danger of overmixing. Cakelike result.