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Difference in Cookie Doughs

Difference in Cookie Doughs
Posted: 12/23/2012 5:48:44 PM
I have seen spritz cookie dough referred to as a "soft" dough. Does anyone know what traditional cookie cutter and sugar cookie doughs are considered? Or, what makes a spritz dough soft? Thanks!
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Re:Difference in Cookie Doughs
Posted: 12/24/2012 09:07:49 AM
Spritz cookie dough needs to be soft enough to go through the cookie press properly but firm enough to hold its shape once it comes out of the press. If it doesn't hold its shape, you may have to add some flour to stiffen it up. Another factor that may make a difference when making spritz cookies is the room temperature of your kitchen at the time. If it is too warm it can cause the dough to be too soft. Getting the dough to the proper stiffness is a key factor to making spritz cookies and I think experience in making is a key factor. Good luck with your efforts. Just remember it will be well worth the effort when you are eating those delicious cookies!

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