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Liquid chocolate is getting hard inside the cookies after baking. Baking temperature: 1st Zone: 161 °C, 2nd Zone: 183 °C, 3rd Zone: 165 °C. Baking time: 12.6 minutes.Solution needed: How to get chocolate liquid after baking?
Hi to all!We are new players in the cracker industry and would like to address our problem and seek some advice from knowledgeable people.We are producing a cream cracker (like malkist) and we encounter uneven color in baking, the right side of the o...
We are having different issues with our Soda Crackers running through lamination. He has times where the dough will roll under a relaxation conveyor or right after it. We have been having an issue with a "fish mouth cracker". last but not least we ca...
Dear allI am trying to produce a chocolate biscuit for the use with ice cream, most importantly it should have the cake like texture when added to icecream.Firstly, I do not know if this type of biscuits is made with rotary moulders or with hard bisc...
I´ve read the article about rotary moulded biscuits. It is really very interesting. I would like to go deep with the problem of blisters and hollow bottom in the finish product. Please, could you tell how the characteristics of the dough and the way...
Hello we are a ice cone manufacturing company in our sugar cone baking ovens we have the problem that the cone comes out wit a dark brown color, we have to increase lecithin content and temperature in order to get the cones rolled our basic ingre...
Hi biscuit people!My team and
I are looking for almond flour manufacturers to develop recipes for oven baked snacks with
Based on our
research, there are two types of almond flour: the conventional type and the partially
Dear group members. Does anyone know how to explain/solve the problem of white spots on the wafer cone as shown in the photo below. What could be causing these spots on the wafer cone?We used the Walterwerk kiel germany wafer machine model Jupiter 69...
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