Ammonium Bicarbonate, from ammonium sulphate, is one of rising agents used in pastry making. It gived a special crisp and light texture to cookies and pies. It has an unpleasant smell, similar to ammonia used for housework. But if you use just a small quantity, dissolved in tepid milk, to make something needing long rising and long and at high temperature baking, there will be no bitter aftertaste, and the smell will vanish during cooking.

Ultime ricette con ammonium bicarbonate

Alcune ricette che fanno uso di ammonium bicarbonate tra gli ingredienti
 Rococo Cookies Rococo Cookies are amongst typical Neapolitan pastries. Ring-shaped like a [...]