overmix

overmix

(ˌəʊvəˈmɪks)
vb (tr)
to mix too much
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Once it is incorporated (don't overmix it here - stop as soon as you have mixed in all the dry bits of flour), test the consistency.
Step 6: Remove the bowl from the machine and add the dry ingredients, folding them in by hand and, again, taking care not to overmix.
2 Stir the buttermilk into the mixture and use a knife to quickly combine everything together to form a dough -- stop when it has just combined and don't overmix it.
Use of Buttermilk, and use of buttermilk powder, vinegar, lemon juice and milk, a caution to not overmix the batter, what to do with too thin or thick batters, fruit and other add ins to the batter, size of the cakes, perfect cooking temperature, use of the oven, syrups, especially the delicious use of real maple syrup, salt and a nice section on Pancake tools and Supplies.
Quickly stir the wet ingredients into the flour mixture until the ingredients are just combined, taking care not to overmix.
Do not overmix the batter so the cookies won't be tough.
Add the water and mix gently, just until the dry particles are absorbed; do not overmix.
Do not overmix or the cake will bake up into a tough texture.
Gently fold the egg whites into the melted chocolate (be careful not to overmix as mousse will lose volume and become heavy).
The simple mixing method allows for easy production, but one must be careful not to overmix the dough.
Beat in eggs and lemon juice until smooth and well-blended, being careful not to overmix.
Do not overmix or bubbles of air will burst and deflate the mixture.