This is fact. If you are using the pot it was converted from a showpiece to a working tool.
Even “display copper” that is never used will eventually lose the showroom shine depending on the quality of the original polishing and the lacquer used to preserve that shine.
Sorry to be so helpless, but I cannot figure out how to change my signature. Apparently I knew at one time but looked all through the account details and preferences but to no avail. Help please... point me in the right direction!
Brownies… a classic American gooey fudge-like confection. Not the alternative - cake-like!
Not much flour, only 3/4 cup, but it has flour in it.
Recipe adapted from:
(I add 1/2 tsp espresso powder and 1 tsp vanilla extract. Sometimes vanilla...
Me too. Reminds me of my childhood. We would pick buckets of wild blueberries and a pie like that would be our reward. Any leftovers went into blueberry pancakes and/or blueberry muffins the next day. It was quite easy to get us to pick (and eat while picking) blueberries!
You really need to read the article on gelatinization.
Like pate Chou, the starch needs to be cooked. Steaming is one way; cooking on stove is another.
But, honestly... many commercial products are just to hard to replicate outside of the factory. Is this what tour real goal is, or did you...
Oy... this as frustrating as every other thread you start. LOL
The starch needs to gelatinized.
And as it applies to a similar product (from Wikipedia):
Prawn crackers are made by mixing prawns, tapioca flour and water. The mixture is rolled...
Read a few more recipes. Most that I’ve seen talk about “hot”, not super-hot. None define a temperature and speak of a medium—high flame. Not much to go on! One defines “hot pan” and “nearly smoking”. To smoke ghee like that you’d be almost 500 degrees.
That must be a tough stain to resist all of those time-proven copper cleaning options. A picture might help to describe what you are dealing with. Also, Mauviel has a cleaning product under their name... maybe try that????
For purposes of computation, I’d assume a height of 2 inches for a cake layer.
The recipe you are using sounds suspicious and could be in error.
I find it very annoying that many cake recipes don’t provide weight and volume of batter. I annotate my recipes as much as I can so pan substituting...
Looking at a similar product’s wiki, we can learn the following:
“Prawn crackers are made by mixing prawns, tapioca flour and water. The mixture is rolled out, steamed, and sliced. Traditionally, to achieve maximum crispiness, raw crackers are usually sun-dried first before frying, to eliminate...