1. Soda biscuits: Soda biscuits are made by adding yeast to a part of wheat flour, then making dough, fermenting for a long time, adding the rest of the wheat flour, and then shaping it after a short time of fermentation.
2. Whole wheat and digestive biscuits: Whole wheat and digestive biscuits are biscuits made by grinding wheat flour without removing the bran. It is darker in color than the refined flour with the bran removed, such as the rich and strong flour we usually eat. It is also rough, but because it retains a large amount of vitamins, minerals, and cellulose in the bran, it has higher nutrition.
3. Sandwich biscuits: To make sandwich biscuits with different flavors, the key is to add different auxiliary materials, such as oil, sugar, milk, eggs, jam and other flavors. The fat content of ordinary biscuits is not high, but with the sandwich, the content of fat and sugar increases significantly, becoming a high-calorie food. The calories of 100g steamed buns are about 226 kcal (945 kJ), and the calories of 100g biscuits are more than twice as high as steamed buns! When making biscuits, fat and sugar are added to the flour, which has a high calorie content, especially cookies and shortbread sandwich biscuits.
4. Nutritionally fortified biscuits: The more common varieties are fortified minerals and vitamins, such as calcium, iron, zinc, vitamin A, vitamin D, etc., and some add wheat bran, which is an increase in dietary fiber. Like pizza biscuits, choose five kinds of grains, including red beans, black beans, black rice, purple sweet potatoes, corn, etc., to increase dietary fiber. At the same time, the surface is sprinkled with cranberry, blueberry, bergamot fruit pieces. Cranberry contains vitamin C, blueberry contains anthocyanin, and bergamot has the same medicine and food. While enjoying the delicious food, I also get more health.
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