Tuesday, 29 September 2020

How to make value/basic plain flour work like premium/branded flour for baking cakes and pastries




The new season of the Great British Bake Off has just started, so baking season is in full swing. I am sure a lot of us would be baking a lot now and also as we go into the winter months. One thing I have learned though with the amount of baking I do is the difference between using branded  flours like McDougalls or Homepride and Asda/Tesco value/basic brands. I have used both the premium and value brand in my baking and the premium brand do give a light bake every time and the flour is more finely milled. I am sure this is part of why there is such a difference in price.A 1.1kg bag of premium  McDougalls plain flour cost on average £1.50 another premium brand Homepride retails at about £1.50 for 1kg bag  of plain flour.

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