Formulating Fabulous Flapjacks

by Pellegrina
Last updated 4 years ago

Health & Fitness
Culinary Arts

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Formulating Fabulous Flapjacks

PROCEDURES1. Follow steps 1- 3 below for each the 3 batches of Fabulously Light & Fluffy Flapjacks with 5 varying measurements of baking soda, starting with none, & increasing in 1/8th tsp. increments up to a full 1/2 tsp.2. Have taste testers evaluate each batch for fluffiness, flavor, and browning.3. Record taste testers' findings for each batch, ranking them for fluffiness, flavor, & browning on a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the most and 1 being the least.4. Do this process 3 times, varying the measurement of baking soda.Recipe for Fabulously Light & Fluffy Golden-Brown Flapjacks is provided on the Formulating Fabulous Flapjacks - Left Panel.

MATERIALS1 cup of flour1/2 teaspoon of baking powder1 egg1 cup of buttermilk2 tablespoons of melted butter1/2 teaspoon of salt1/2 tablespoon of sugarVarying amounts of baking soda (Start with none, & increase amount in 1/8th teaspoon increments up to a full half teaspoon).Preheated griddle (Cook each flapjack for exactly 2 minutes per side).3 taste testersThe results will demonstrate the leavening, flavor, and browning effects of baking soda.

Purpose: If baking soda creates fluffy, flavorful, & browned flapjacks, then adding more will enhance that, but only to a point. What's the perfect . . .

Cleans out the old leaven that you may be a new lump, as you really are unleavened . . .

formulation for fabulously fluffy flapjacks that aren't under or over browned and/or bland or bitter in taste? Let's test it & see!

For Christ our Passover lamb has been sacrificed. I Cor. 5:7

Formulating Fabulous Flapjacksby Olivia Sparks

Hypothesis: Quick breads are a delicate dance of leavity, flavor, & appearance. Some leavener can give a nice taste to batter, but too much causes bitterness, & impedes browning. Still, the batter might not have enough acid to lift the entire quick bread sufficiently. I predict that flapjacks with 1/4 tsp. of baking soda will be fabulously flavorful, fluffy & light, & crisped to a golden-brown.


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