That leftover egg and breadcrumbs? - Home Cooking - Eggs ...- egg and milk wash ,Read the That leftover egg and breadcrumbs? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Eggs food community. Join the discussion today. Read the That leftover egg and breadcrumbs? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Eggs food community. Join the discussion today.Pie Crust Pastry Brush Topping: Egg Whites, Eggs, or Milk ...Read the Pie Crust Pastry Brush Topping: Egg Whites, Eggs, or Milk.....Which Do You Prefer? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Eggs food community. Join the discussion today. ... For bakers out there...do you brush your pie crust with milk, egg white, or (full) egg wash?



Egg wash VS milk wash - Home Cooking - Baking - Chowhound

When baking bread, pie and other pastries, some recipes call for an egg wash, others for brushing the top with milk. What are the differences in the finished baked good? Is there any other 'washes' used that I'm not aware of? If one ingredient is not available, can you substitute another wash in it's place?

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Egg wash: water or milk? - Home Cooking - Eggs - Chowhound

You see it everywhere. Egg wash with your choice of using milk or water, but with no explanations. So, does it matter? Does one aid browning better than the other? I've also seen some calling for cream. Any difference there? I guess the deciding factor comes down to the fat content of the liquid, but I have no further ideas. What works best for ...

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Why flour before breading food? - Home Cooking - Chowhound

Read the Why flour before breading food? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking food community. Join the discussion today. ... How come in recipes for things such as chicken fingers or eggplant parmesan you first put flour on the item then egg then the breading. What purpose does the flour serve? I plan to make some baked rather than fried ...

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Lithuanian Bacon Buns - Home Cooking - Bacon - Chowhound

TOP WASH: 1 egg yolk mixed with 2-3 tablespoons milk. Pour scalded milk into a large bowl. Add butter, sugar and salt. Let mixture cool to lukewarm, 110-115 degrees. Stir in yeast until dissolved. Add beaten eggs and then add flour gradually, mixing until dough is workable.

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Scones - egg or no egg? - Home Cooking - Eggs - Chowhound

Read the Scones - egg or no egg? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Eggs food community. Join the discussion today. Read the Scones - egg or no egg? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Eggs food community. Join the discussion today. This Rosh Hashana Honey Cake Makes for a Sweet Start to the New Year.

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Best eggplant recipe ever - Home Cooking - Chowhound

We fry eggplant all summer except slightly more low brow. Peel the eggplant, cut into small wedges, quick dip in an egg/milk wash, into a baggie with Zatarain's lemon added fry mix, give it a good shake, into vegetable oil @ 325 degrees for a couple of minutes, salt before serving.

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Do baked goods including milk and eggs need to be ...

Read the Do baked goods including milk and eggs need to be refridgerated? If I brushed them with cream before cooking to brown them, does this also mean they require refridgeration? discussion from the Chowhound General Discussion, Baking food community. Join the discussion today.

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Pie Crust Pastry Brush Topping: Egg Whites, Eggs, or Milk ...

Read page 2 of the Pie Crust Pastry Brush Topping: Egg Whites, Eggs, or Milk.....Which Do You Prefer? discussion from the Chowhound Home Cooking, Eggs food community. Join the discussion today. 5 Foolproof Tips for the Best, Fudgiest Brownies Every Time. ... do you brush your pie crust with milk, egg white, or (full) egg wash?

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