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The Big Six- Major Mixing Methods Recipe

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Contributor:  
Bonnie Wisniewski

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MUFFIN
Combine and either sift or use a balloon whisk to mix together all your dry ingredients including spices

Wet ingredients ( including sugar ) get mixed in a separate container

Add wet into dry, stir just enough to mix, and bake


BISCUIT
The way we make pie crust - we " cut " the fat into the flour/starch
Liquids are combined separately
Mix the two quickly or in a food processor. Too much mixing = tough
Liquids should be very cold so the fat doesn't melt

CREAMING
Think cookie dough
Fat and sugar are mixed at medium to high speed for several minutes until the sugar crystals dissolve
Liquids added, then the dry ( a little at a time )
Don't overmix or it will be chewy /tough

STRAIGHT DOUGH
Think italian bread or pizza dough
Make your yeast sponge. Warm the liquids. Measure your dry, then add your yeast sponge, and gradually add your liquids

EGG FOAM
Meringues and italian buttercreams
Separate egg whites from yolks. Beat the egg whites till foamy, add the sugar in a bit at a time so that the crystals dissolve. Add the cream of tartar or other acid, beat until stiff peaks form

CUSTARD

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