Bread baking hacks you’ll want to know


If you like toasted bagels and potatoes, try a fabulous mashed potato bagel, as posted on Hack Queen. Add a few tablespoons of egg whites and a little baking powder to a packet of mashed potatoes. Season your bagel or donut pan, add the potato mixture and sprinkle with a little Everything Bagel Seasoning. You also make your own version, following a tip from Martha Stewart that mixes toasted sesame seeds, black sesame seeds, and poppy seeds, with dried minced garlic, dried minced onion, and a few flakes. of sea salt. Bake your bagels at 350 F for 12-15 minutes. When they are cooked, cut them in half and grill them. Meanwhile, Be healthy with ashes offers a twist on this bagel on Facebook by adding Parmesan cheese as a topping and whisking the egg whites first.

Meanwhile, British cookbook author Nigella Lawson likes to add a little leftover water from boiled potatoes to flour to make bread dough. As the bread bakes, this starchy liquid creates a fluffy, lighter texture. She loves adding it to a simple bread recipe using instant flour and yeast to give it an extra special quality that’s easy. The next time you’re cooking potatoes or pasta, save some of that starchy water. Remember, if you’re looking for a great potato hack, add some of the cooking water with the potatoes and you’ll get a fluffier mash too (via Living room).


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