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smooth cookie dough

superfinespot Aug 12, 2009 07:13 PM

will using corn syrup instead of honey or molasses make a shaped cookie dough more pliable? the dough will need to be rolled.

what about adding corn starch as part of the dry ingredients for a smooth texture?

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    LauraGrace Aug 12, 2009 09:05 PM

    Don't some shortbread recipes use cornstarch? I don't know what proportion you could replace in an ordinary dough, but you could check out some shortbread recipes and follow their lead.

    I think the only thing that using corn syrup would accomplish is making the cookies insipid. Honey and molasses have distinct flavors and corn syrup tastes like nothing, basically, except sweet.

    What kind of cookies are you making that need such a fine texture? I'm intrigued.

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