Questions tagged [flour]

Questions should be about flour (wheat or any other kind) uses, storage, etc.

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White sauce with a deliberate raw-flour taste

A local Chinese restaurant serves what they call Portuguese Chicken: a small casserole dish with a bed of rice, pieces of crispy-fried chicken, sauce, and a sprinkling of (Parmesan?) cheese, lightly ...
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Reconstitute all purpose wheat flour from starch and gluten

Due to the recent events (COVID-19) the groceries stores' shelves are totally wiped of flour of any grains. I have not found flour for roughly a week. Now the shelves are still stocked well with ...
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Mix AP and bread flour for bagels?

I live in a rural part of the country. NO BAGEL SHOPS! I've started experimenting on making my own. Bread flour makes the end product too dense. AP flour too light. Recipe calls for 4 cups bread flour ...
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Reducing flour coating on flatbreads

Bit of a problem with flatbreads: the flour on them is excessive. I tried cornstarch and oats instead. I have 3 different brushes for getting the flour off them. For those wondering: it's sourdough ...
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Purpose of Semolina flour in malsouka for Briks

I am thinking of making some Tunisian briks (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brik), but I live in the United States and so I don't really want to pay the markup for buying the malsouka pastry online (...
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How do I lower the protein level of my flour?

I have a 14.5% wheat flour and 10% all-purpose flour. How do I combine these to make a 12.5 percent flour? I am trying to make tangzhong milk bread if that helps.
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Making Bread Flour

When you add about 1 teaspoon of gluten per cup of all purpose flour, do you remove the same amount of flour from the cup?
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Dough volume calculation

Consider simple dough, flour and water. For simplification we will disregard salt, sugar and any other additives. The question is, how do I guesstimate volume of dough, say, 1000gr of flour and 1000ml ...