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Crispyness to a fried recipe

Hi im working on a fried sponge cake donut recipe i wonder if someone knows what i can add som crispy layer on my cake recipe

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you could try caramel or brown sugar type. maybe creme brulee would work too.

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If you just want some crispyness without the burnt sides, cookie flavour art or acetyl pyrazine might work.

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Cap sugar cookie v1 used low 0.3-0.5 can get you the brown edges type of crisp.

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Cornbread OOO

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letitia does that work so low?:slight_smile: thanks all of you

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I’ve only tried it once, for me more brown edge taste rather than feel. @angenz turned me onto the trick.

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The compounds in e-liquid flavor concentrates can not give real-life food textures, like crispiness. The best recipes still only manage to achieve a ‘simulated’ or ‘perceived’ effect like mouthfeel, thickness etc.
The trick is convincing your brain that it tastes just like (insert food here).

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Yes so be it i must decide wich one i should trie

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i tested 1%cornbread and 0.75% fw waffle cone i must say that it is brilliant good i hope some of you guys test this recipe it is worth it taste like a fried golden sponge cake with a little crispy outern layer is awsome i want to know what you think please test

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this plus 1%cornbread and 0.75%waffle cone

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