1. The use of baking powder
Please be sure not to add baking powder to the cookie dough. Omit it in the making of biscuits that need to be decorated, and now it's not necessary at all.
2. Oven temperature
Use an oven thermometer to make sure that the temperature of the oven is correct. If the oven temperature is too low, the biscuits will be shaped slowly, which may cause the biscuits to deform. In addition, if you often open the oven door to observe during the baking process, it will also cause temperature fluctuations and affect the formation of biscuits.
3. Don't overdo it when mixing materials
When mixing sugar and butter-this step is usually the first step in making cookies, don't take too long. Excessive mixing of sugar and oil will make the mixture contain too much air. I usually stop after mixing the materials evenly.
4. Accurate material measurement
Baking is a "science", and inaccurate measurement of materials will directly affect the final result. For example, too much sugar will affect the dough-sugar will liquefy when it dissolves, too much liquid will make the dough soft, and the biscuits will become thinner and larger.
5. The use of butter
Speaking of the liquid in the dough, the moisture content of the butter you buy is also a factor in the thinning and deformation of the biscuits.
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