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Making Crisps

Karen

Serial Foodie!
#1
Hi All,

Was hoping someone could tell me the exact amount of water (in mililitres) they use to make crisps from a soup sachet?

I only ask cos I have just wasted 2 packs of Chocolate shakes by making the worst muffins in the world. all in the bin and have now decided to never attempt them again!

I am a huge crisps fan and would love to make them (properly) :eek:

If i keep messing up my CDC is gonna think Im having 6 sachets a day lol.

hope anyone can help and if so, thanks in advance :)
 
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fiojam

Focused & goin for goal!
#2
Sorry, couldn't tell you because I just keep adding a little water until it looks right. Just keep adding a little at a time and if it is too stiff, jst add a little more.
Sorry I'm not much help.:eek:
 

Karen

Serial Foodie!
#3
thanks fiojam.

I am a bit thick it seems cos i havent a clue what looks "right" when it comes to the texture.

honestly....you should have seen the state of the muffins....lol
 

fiojam

Focused & goin for goal!
#4
I would say a bit like tomato puree kind of thickness. Although I'm not sure if others would agree. Not so stiff that a spoon will stand up in it but thick enough to make peaks.
 
#5
I make mine a bit runnier so it doesn't make peaks. Think warm babyfood!!

Never tried making a muffin but the crisps are really good if you can get them right. I make up half a packet of veg soup at a time. But you can make a whole packet and keep some in an airtight container. HTH
 

fiojam

Focused & goin for goal!
#6
I make mine a bit runnier so it doesn't make peaks. Think warm babyfood!!
Hmmm... probably why i dont make as many as others manage :rolleyes:

They are really yummy though! Make sure thet are spread really thin.
 

Karen

Serial Foodie!
#7
im still eager to try them even though yous are comparing em to tom puree and baby food! hehe.

Will make some tomorrow and see how it goes :)

thanks for the tips
 
#8
I could never make them properly at all though I tried loads!!! Dont use grease proof paper either, it has to be baking parchment!
 


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