Shirley O. Corriher
November 25, 2008It's me Shirley Corriher. Below are the chief concerns of bakers everywhere as well as the solutions I give them. Hope this helps with your holiday baking:
How to Make Muffins with Peaks
For a peak on muffins, the outside of the muffins must set while the inside is still juicy and rising. You need an oven temperature of at least 400°F/ 204°C. Also, an acidic batter (made with buttermilk or sour cream), which makes batters set faster, is an advantage.
When the cook adds water to flour, two proteins (glutenin and gliadin) in the flour join... see more