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I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?

 
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I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
I'm making homemade cinnamon rolls and realized after I let the dough rise that I forgot to add 2 eggs. Can I knead them in now or should I proceed without and hope for the best?
I know this isn't a baking forum, but I also know there are some seriously good cooks on here.
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12/14/2009 06:42 PM
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
Would probably be best to start all over again...

You can try kneading them in now, but the texture of the bread is gonna be funky...it's worth a shot!
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
Don't feel bad......we all have forgotten something while baking. You can not add the eggs now, its to late. Go ahead and bake them, and hope for the best. Good Luck
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12/14/2009 06:45 PM
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
As a no-egg vegetarian, I've concluded that one of the best replacements for eggs in baked goods is to replace the liquid with buttermilk, and to add a lot of extra air to the batter to get the 'lift' you'd get when the eggs cook and expand.

So if it was me, I'd not add any ingredients, but I'd knead/beat or do whatever I could to get as much air back into the dough, then I'd cover and let it rise again, then bake.

It's a guess....

Beyond that, anything with sugar and cinnamon is great, even if baked to a hard crisp. Just change the name of the finished product to "cinnamon crisps".

good luck!

I'm making homemade cinnamon rolls and realized after I let the dough rise that I forgot to add 2 eggs. Can I knead them in now or should I proceed without and hope for the best?
I know this isn't a baking forum, but I also know there are some seriously good cooks on here.
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
I would not hesitate to work the eggs in at this stage.

I am sure that your dough will be fine.
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
...after the eggs are worked through the dough you might need to knead in a little more flour because the dough might become sticky again.
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12/14/2009 06:52 PM
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
Alright. I'm gonna try kneading them in, knowing that it might turn out funky. I'll let ya'll know what happens.

Thanks :)
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12/14/2009 06:54 PM
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
Eggs are not necessary, you can leave them out
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
they'll e fine without--just "breadier" rather than "cakier"
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
i've done that..go ahead and bake them, they'll be fine..i just added extra butter / cin./surgar and yummy icy..to make up for it just in case..lol..and they were gone quick..
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
Ok, they are done. They turned out fabulous! I really thought I had screwed up when I put the eggs in, because the dough was slimy and sticky and the eggs just didn't seem to be incorporating into the dough. I was commited to making it work though, so I threw in more flour and voila! It started coming together. They might have turned out "alright" without adding the eggs, and it would have been less work, but since these turned out to be the best cinnamon rolls I've ever had (seriously!) it was totally worth the extra time and effort to add them in.

So, remember if you find yourself in my predicament add more flour with the eggs and it should turn out fine!
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
Ok, they are done. They turned out fabulous! I really thought I had screwed up when I put the eggs in, because the dough was slimy and sticky and the eggs just didn't seem to be incorporating into the dough. I was commited to making it work though, so I threw in more flour and voila! It started coming together. They might have turned out "alright" without adding the eggs, and it would have been less work, but since these turned out to be the best cinnamon rolls I've ever had (seriously!) it was totally worth the extra time and effort to add them in.

So, remember if you find yourself in my predicament add more flour with the eggs and it should turn out fine!
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Good job!
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12/15/2009 07:23 AM
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
Hey!

How about you share the recipe with us.
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12/15/2009 07:35 AM
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
I'm making homemade cinnamon rolls and realized after I let the dough rise that I forgot to add 2 eggs. Can I knead them in now or should I proceed without and hope for the best?
I know this isn't a baking forum, but I also know there are some seriously good cooks on here.
 Quoting: Poof

make them as is. it rose so the dough is good. many bread recipes with no eggs. make another batch w eggs but use the doe no egg too, it will be good.
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12/15/2009 07:38 AM
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
Alright. I'm gonna try kneading them in, knowing that it might turn out funky. I'll let ya'll know what happens.

Thanks :)
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you followed the wrong advice, you will make your dough hard, it will not rise again, surprised if it does and more flour will ruin the taste and take you to a cardboard like bread dough. let us know, though. maybe learn something new.
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Re: I made a baking boo-boo. Can someone w/ exp. with breaddough help please?
Ok, they are done. They turned out fabulous! I really thought I had screwed up when I put the eggs in, because the dough was slimy and sticky and the eggs just didn't seem to be incorporating into the dough. I was commited to making it work though, so I threw in more flour and voila! It started coming together. They might have turned out "alright" without adding the eggs, and it would have been less work, but since these turned out to be the best cinnamon rolls I've ever had (seriously!) it was totally worth the extra time and effort to add them in.

So, remember if you find yourself in my predicament add more flour with the eggs and it should turn out fine!

Good job!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 835601

yep, teach an old dog new tricks. I am behind on read, but want cinnamon rolls now . . .glad they came out.





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