Baking | GF Mango Almond Quark Roulade … & a Rs 6000 giveaway #inseason #mangoes #glutenfree #dessert #flipkart

“Marge, it’s 3 AM. Shouldn’t you be baking?”
Homer Simpson

GF Mango Almond Quark RouladeGF Mango Almond Quark Roulade … two of my most used and favourite combinations this summer – mango & quark. Add a third to it, almond meal, and there’s going to be some magic; in all possibility, deliciously gluten free too! Summer is the easiest time of the year to make quark, the wonderful creamy slightly tangy curd cheese. Once done, you got to move fast as it is perishable given temperatures hit 45C here through summer.

GF Mango Almond Quark Roulade That said, the record was recently broken at 46C and we might just be looking at 50c!!! The brighter side of course is that we are now into the peak of  stone fruit season, a season I love to love. I love doing Swiss Rolls with a mango filling, or for that matter, any seasonal fruit. Mangoes works really well in an ice cream roll too.

Mango Vanilla Bean Panna CottaMango Pastel de Tres Leches Can you tell that I am really enamoured by the king of fruit? You can find plenty of mango on PAB. The Mango Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta was a winner all the way, as also the memorable Mango Pastel de Tres Leches. Mango Quark MousseOh, and i whipped together a quick Mango Quark Mousse with some of the recent batch of quark and alphonsos. Was YUM! So it’s been mango all the way this past month.

Indian mangoes, Alphonso My earlier Strawberry Almond Roulade {Gluten free} came out beautifully. The minute I lay my eyes on these delicious alphonsos that Harini brought for me from Mumbai, I knew it was time to give the almond roulade another shot. I added some baking powder to the sponge as a last minute thought, separating the eggs, and adding a dash of cream of tartar too. GF Mango Almond Quark Roulade The roulade ‘rolled’ out FAB! The lad who doesn’t like mangoes came and asked me for another helping, commenting that ‘this mango dessert was good stuff’! Baking is fun, a science in many ways where experimenting teaches you  a lot! Baking powder, baking soda or no leavening, to use a regular flour , mixed grain or bake gluten free… so many choices!

PABWhat do I love about desserts, baking & food?  Textures, colours, fruit, seasons, pantry staples … everything inspires me. Adding a handful of a healthy almond meal to a dessert, swapping butter for olive oil, using a fruit to decrease the sugar, you’ll see all of this in my recipes. I’ve been obsessed with using fruit in desserts for a long time; the options are infinite and fun!

Do you like to bake? If yes, then I have a little contest and giveaway for you today…-

Giveaway – Win a Rs.6000 FlipkartVoucher

Giveaway headerI have exciting news for you, dear readers. You stand the chance to win a Rs.6000 Flipkart voucher and order all the little kitchen goodies you have always wanted! I whipped up a little competition for you and participating is as easy as making pancakes. Below you will find 5 easy questions that need to be answered. Post your answers in the comments below to be part of the Quiz-Giveaway. FYI, comments will be moderated so your answers are not visible to others.

Rules of the contest:
-You may only enter once
-The winner will be chosen at random
-The winner will recieve a Rs. 6000 Flipkart voucher
-All 5 answers must be correct in order to win the prize.
-You must be a resident of India.

Giveaway flipkartThe voucher is sponsored by couponspy.in, a website where you can find all of the latest coupons and deals online. Here is what they have to say about this exciting competition:

“We are extremely excited and honoured to have our giveaway featured on such a prominent blog. Everyone in the food industry knows who Deeba is, so we are very grateful that she chose to work with us. To the readers, we hope you have fun participating in this quiz, we had fun creating it and also learnt a few important things about baking in the process.”

But now enough talk, it’s time to Quiz up! Here are the 5 questions. Please remember to leave your answers in the comments box at then end. Also, do make sure you leave a valid email address! Good Luck!!

1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?

2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?

3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?

4) Which flour forms the most gluten?

5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.

 

Other Swiss rolls / roulades at PAB

Red Velvet Swiss Roll
Mango Ice Cream Swiss Roll
Star Anise Roll with Marmalade Sauce
Raspberry Pistachio Roulade

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Comments

  1. That’s an awesome roulade!!! And a lovely giveaway as well… For the answers:
    1. Baking Soda
    2. Apple sauce
    3. False
    4. Bread Flour
    5. Peach
    Email address: sweettoothraf@gmail.com. :)

  2. 1 : Baking soda + cream of tartar or vinegar or and acidic agent
    2 : Apple sauce
    3 : False
    4: Bread Flour
    5 : Cherry

  3. Vinita says:

    1) Baking soda and white vinegar or coke
    2) Banana puree
    3) False- Both are different
    4) Whole Wheat flour
    5) Any fruit that you love- peach, mango, cherries, plums etc

  4. Love the roulade..totally tempted to try…your site looks good but is a pain to navigate through on a tab or mobile…only on a pc is ut comfortable. .so can you make some changes. ..would hate to miss out the stuff that you do…
    The answers to the give away…
    1 . baking soda and cream of tartar
    2. apple puree cooked
    3. False
    4. Wheat flour
    5 . cherries

  5. saylee says:

    1.Baking soda +acidic ingredient
    2.Applesauce
    3.False
    4.Bread Flour
    5.Cherry

  6. Your blog is amazing. I love the wheat-based recipes on it. I tried the wheat brownies and it was a hit. The wheat kalac is on my list now :)
    1) Baking Soda + Cream of Tartar
    2) Apple Sauce
    3) False
    4) Bread Flour
    5) Cherries

  7. Hi Deeba. I love your blog – especially the wheat based recipes that you share. I tried the wheat brownies and they were a hit. The wheat kalac is next on my list.

    Here are the answers for the contest:

    1) baking Soda + Cream of Tartar
    2) Apple Sauce
    3) False
    4) Bread flour
    5) Cherries

  8. Aneeka singh says:

    1. Baking soda
    2. Banana purée
    3. False
    4. Bread Flour
    5. Apples

  9. Ambica Selvam says:

    1) Baking soda |cream of tartar | vinegar | Buttermilk or /and an acidic agent
    2) Applesauce
    3)False
    4) High protein flour like Bread Flour or Durum wheat/semolina
    5) Cherry

  10. akshatha says:

    A great giveaway and an even greater recipe !! The answers :

    1. 1 tsp baking powder can be replaced with : 1/4 teaspoon baking soda plus 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar (optionally plus 1/4 teaspoon cornstarch)
    2. Applesauce. Other fruits also used are banana , pear and prune
    3. False. Icings are thinner and more flowing , made primarily of sugar while frostings are softer and fluffier with a buttery or creamy base. Icing is a term commonly used in UK and frosting more in the united states.
    4. Whole wheat flour (hard) or bread flour
    5. Cherry

  11. Love the roulade!

  12. Wow!! That’s exciting.

    Being a newbie baker, let me try my best to answer these questions.

    1) Baking Soda tops the list while we can use buttermilk or cream of tartar.
    2) Apple Sauce
    3) No. They are different.
    4)Bread Flour
    5) Peaches- That’s undoubtedly the first pie I baked.

    My email ID – aathidhyam@gmail.com

    Cheers Deeba

  13. Prabha James says:

    1. Substitute for baking powder is baking soda + cream of tartar.
    2. Fruit puree used is applesauce.
    3. False
    4. Wheat flour
    5. Cherry fruit

  14. Isha Dua says:

    1. Substitute for baking powder: Baking Soda, Sour Cream
    2. Apple Sauce
    3. True. They are same.
    4. Whole wheat flour and Wheat flour
    5. Cherries

  15. Rashmi says:

    1.substitute is baking soda and cream of tartar
    2.apple purée can be used instead of butter .
    3.icing and frosting both are different.
    4.wheat flour has highest gluten content.
    5. Pitted fruit peaches, cherries n plums can be made into pies.

  16. 1 tsp Baking Powder Substitute: 1/2 tsp cream of tartar and 1/4 tsp baking soda

    Apple puree can be used instead of fat

    False

    Whole Wheat Flour

    Cherry Pie

  17. Rashmi says:

    1.baking soda with cream of tartare
    2.apple purée is a substiute for butter.
    3.false both are different.
    4.wheat flour has the most gluten content.
    5peaches cherries n plums can be pie fillings.

  18. sheetal says:

    1. Baking soda
    2. Apple puree
    3. False
    4. Wheat flour
    5. Cherry

  19. sheetal says:

    1. Baking soda
    2. Apple Puree
    3. False
    4. Wheat flour
    5. Cherry

  20. 1) A good substitute to use in place of baking powder is baking soda and cream of tartar/vinegar
    2) Applesauce or avocado puree can be used as a substitute for fat
    3) false. Frosting and icing are often used interchangeably but technically aren’t the same thing.
    4) Wheat flour has the most gluten
    5) Cherry can be baked into a pie.

  21. indrojit says:

    1. Baking soda
    2. Banana/ Pumpkin puree.. Applesauce
    3. False
    4. Bread flour
    5. Plums, Peaches

  22. 1.Baking soda+Cream of tartar/lime juice/molasses/vinegar,varying the proportions depending on the cake.
    2.Apple sauce
    3.False(Icing is thinner whilst frosting is fluffy and thick)
    4.Bread flour(all purpose flour+wheat gluten/gluten additive)
    5.Cherry(the classic sour cherries lattice pie!)

  23. Hi,

    I am a fellow baker in Delhi and love your site and all your recipes. I saw this post on FB and wanted to enter the contest for the giveaway. Here are my answers!

    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?
    Two parts cream of tartar + one part baking soda

    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    usually applesauce; banana puree can be used in some recipes

    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?
    False. I consider frosting to include buttercream, it is a thick creamy spread used on cakes and cupcakes. Icing tends to lighter and runnier, usually made with confectioner’s sugar and water/milk/cream. Icing is more glaze-like.

    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?
    Regular all-purpose wheat flour

    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.
    Cherries!

    Thank you! Keep up all the great work on your site :)

  24. Wonderful dessert. Very we’ll prepared.
    1. Cream of tartar is a good substitute for baking powder.
    2.apple purée is used as a substitute for fat.
    3.false
    4.wheat flour.
    5. Cherry is the pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie

  25. Kuku Ravi says:

    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?….cream of tartar
    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?…apple or avocado
    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?…they are the same thing.
    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?…wheat flour
    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie….cherries

  26. Mangoes – who can get enough of these? Gorgeous roulade, you made me crave dessert at 10 am!

    Feel like a kid answering questions in a class-room, scared I may embarrass myself with wrong answers ;)
    1. Baking soda plus cream of tartar plus cornstarch OR Baking soda plus buttermilk
    2. Apple sauce / apple puree
    3. False
    4. Bread flour ?
    5. Cherries

  27. Hello Ma’am
    I am submitting answers as per my knowledge ,hope will get a chance for winning :)

    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?
    When cooking or baking, baking powder can be substituted with molasses, baking soda, cream of tartar, buttermilk, sour cream or yoghurt. Best is Baking Soda + Cream of Tarter for some of my favorite recipes.

    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    Prunes puree

    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?
    Both are same. In the U.S., for example, many use the term frosting rather than icing. However, in most European countries, including the U.K., the word icing is preferred.

    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?
    Flour with High level of protein forms the most gluten
    Whole wheat flour: 12%-15%
    Soy Flour
    All-purpose*:9%-12%
    Pastry: 8%-9%

    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.
    Stone Fruit

    Take Care and please keep posting more cake recipes

  28. gulnaz says:

    I am so in love with your blog, the recipes, the photography and the write up.
    Keep going Deeba, you are an inspiration.

  29. gulnaz says:

    response to the giveaway quiz
    1) Cream of tartar
    2)Banana, avacado
    3) False
    4) APF
    5) cherries, strawberries

  30. Looks wonderful as always!!

    I would like to participate in the contest and here are my responses to the questions….
    a. Baking soda may be used to substitute Baking powder considering that it is a major component of Baking powder. Cream of tartar is another leavening agent which may be used in conjunction.
    b. Applesauce may be used as a substitute for fat. Alternatively, bananas can also be given a try.
    c. The terms are used interchangeably.
    d. High protein flours like Wheat flour (durum wheat) have a high gluten content.
    e. Cherries may be used as a filling in pies.

  31. kritika kataria says:

    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?
    A.Baking Soda
    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    A. Banana Puree
    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?
    A.False
    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?
    A.All Purpose Flour
    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.
    A.Peach

  32. Minka says:

    Oh !Lovely – a Quiz . Here you go – fingers crossed

    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?

    baking soda and cream of tartar

    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?

    apple

    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?

    True. Mostly true as in icing in European terms is frosting in American English. But I am not particular – I will take my cupcake iced, frosted , ganached whatever (or not !)

    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?

    Wheat

    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.

    plum

  33. Quiz-Giveaway Answers
    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?
    1 teaspoon of baking powder can be substituted with 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda + 1/2
    teaspoon of cream of tarter
    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    Apples puree
    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?
    False
    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?
    Bread Flour
    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.
    Cherry

  34. Nidhi says:

    Hi Deeba!
    Great recipe. here are the answers to the giveaway questions:

    1) BAKING SODA.
    Substitute half the amount of baking powder asked with baking soda. Add one tsp of vinegar per cup of liquid ingredients.

    2) APPLE.
    Applesauce is often used, pear puree also makes for a great substitute.

    3) FALSE.
    Frosting is fluffy, usually butter or cream based. Icing is a thin spread, used to glaze.

    4) BREAD FLOUR.

    5) CHERRY

  35. Aiyesha says:

    Love your blog! And the Mango Roulade looks absolutely divine..

    Here are my answers – :)
    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder? – Cream of tartar + baking soda
    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat? – Applesauce
    3) frosting and icing are the same thing? – False. Icing is thinner.
    4) Which flour forms the most gluten? – Bread Flour
    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie – Apricot (or Cherries or Plums?)

  36. 1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?
    Ans: Baking Soda (Soda bicarbonate)

    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    Ans: Applesauce

    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?
    Ans: Yes

    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?
    Ans: Bread Flour derived from hard winter wheat which has a protein content between 11-14 percent.

    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.
    Ans: Plums

  37. Hello

    Thought I will participate in your fun quiz , seems much more interesting than the usual Blog give aways when people ask you to like their blogs for give aways :)

    I live in both the UK and India , hope that is ok
    1) a mix of cream of tartar and baking soda : 2 parts of cream of tartar to one part of baking soda.

    2) Apple sauce

    3)False

    4)High gluten flour aka strong flour (also may be called bread flour )

    5)Peach

    thanks
    Ceena

  38. Thank you very for you post.Really looking forward to read more. Excellent.

  39. 1. baking soda+cream of tartar+cornstarch
    2. apple sauce
    3. yes its the same thing
    4 all purpose flour or maida
    5. peaches

  40. Hi Deeba!

    Here are the (probable) answers

    1. 1:1 ratio of baking soda and cream of tartar
    2. Applesauce (apple puree)
    3. False
    4. Durum wheat flour
    5. Plum

    I hope I win, though I have hard luck with freebies!

    Pooja

  41. Sakina says:

    Response to the quiz

    Cream of tartar
    Apples
    True
    Wheat Flour
    Plums or prunes

  42. A fabulous roulade! So pretty and tempting. Those flavors are marvelous and I love quark.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

  43. Vrunda Barve says:

    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?
    1 tsp baking powder = 1/4 tsp baking soda + 1/2 tsp cream of tartar OR
    1 tsp baking powder = 1/4 tsp baking soda + 1/2 cup buttermilk

    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    apple

    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?
    false. icing is glaze that contains sugar and some liquid. it is thinner.
    frosting has butter or cream with sugar, no liquid. its thick.

    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?
    bread flour or whole wheat flour

    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.
    any stoned fruit like apricot, peach, cherry

  44. Lovely post Deeba! :)

    Here are my answers for the contest:
    1. Baking soda + cream of Tartar
    2. Applesauce aka boiled apple puree
    3. False
    4. Bread flour
    5. Peach

  45. Anuya says:

    Roulade looks awesome :)

    And here are my ans:
    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder? Vinegar/buttermilk/baking soda
    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    Apple
    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing? False
    4) Which flour forms the most gluten? whole wheat flour
    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie. cherry

  46. Hi
    Love your blog…
    And here’s my answer to the Quiz. Hope the answers are correct.
    1. A combination of cream of tartar and baking soda
    2. Applesauce
    3. False
    4. Whole wheat flour
    5. Apple

  47. Shubha M says:

    Dear Deeba,
    Greetings!
    Contest answers:
    1) Baking soda with lemon juice (cream of tartar is better though)
    2) Banana
    3) False
    4) Wheat – bread flour
    5) Peach

    Thanks & regards,
    Shubha

  48. Stunning photographs as usual.Specially love the one with the mangoes in the little window and the creepers coming down like chandeliers :)
    Ok.Answers:
    1.Baking Soda
    2.Applesauce/Apple puree
    3.True
    4.Bread Flour
    5. Cherry

  49. jayashri says:

    beautiful pictures as always Deeba…you are an inspiration to many like me :)
    attempting to answer your quiz
    1. baking soda and cream of tartar (half and half)
    2. applesauce
    3. false ..frosting is thick and gooey while icing is lighter
    4.Bread flour
    5.apricot

  50. Richa Taimni says:

    Hi Deeba,
    Amazing post and writeup as usual. Would like to participate in the quiz.
    Answers:
    1. Vinegar
    2. Applesauce
    3. False
    4. Bread flour
    5. Peaches

  51. Sumitha says:

    1. Baking Soda.
    2. Apple.
    3. True.
    4. Wheat Flour.
    5. Cherry.

  52. Nice post, i hope everyone will like your post..

  53. Thanks for sharing this wonderful post, It is awesome.

  54. Aarti says:

    1) BAKING SODA is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder

    2)APPLESAUCE is often used as a substitue for fat

    3)FALSE

    4)BREAD FLOUR forms the most gluten

    5)PLUM can be baked into a pie

  55. Sj Dc says:

    1. one third to half the quantity of baking soda coupled with vinegar or a an acidic liquid (like buttermilk) to replace some of the liquid in the original recipe. Alternatively, a mix on 1/4 tsp baking soda and 1/2tsp cream of tartar per tsp of baking powder

    2. banana or apples or prune _ have experimented with all three and i personally love the combination of applesauce and prune puree

    3. False. Consistency and usage in decoration differs

    4. wheat

    5. cherry

  56. Reena says:

    Love your recipes

    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?
    Baking soda
    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    apple sauce
    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?
    True
    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?
    Wheat
    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.
    cherry

  57. My all time favorite fruit is Mango and I’ll never get sate or weary in eating this fruit. And this mango recipe is very new to me.. I must try this at home, I have already save your link and hopefully I can also share with you My home made recipe soon. Thanks for the share!

  58. Radhika says:

    Hi Deeba!

    I could just leap into your blog and live here. Its so beautiful and inspiring. Thank you for sharing your passion! :)

    Here are my answers to the questions:
    1) Baking Soda & Vinegar
    2) Applesauce
    3) True
    4) Bread Flour
    5) Cherry

  59. 1. Baking soda + vinegar
    2. Apple puree
    3. False
    4. Bread flour
    5. Cherry

  60. Priya says:

    Love the Roulade and the beautiful clicks..Here’s my entry to the quiz ..

    good substitute for baking powder
    baking soda along with any one acidic ingredient like(cream of tartar,buttermilk,molasses)

    What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    Applesauce

    True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?

    False…Icing is thinner, and has a glossier appearance .
    Frosting is more of a thick, usually fluffy layer, like buttercream

    ) Which flour forms the most gluten?
    Wheat

    Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.
    Cherry

  61. Dhwani Devater says:

    1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder?
    Ans: Baking soda
    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat?
    Ans: Apple-pear puree
    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing?
    Ans: False
    4) Which flour forms the most gluten?
    Ans: bread flour (wheat)
    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie.
    Ans: Cherries

  62. Neeti says:

    Contest answers
    1. Cream of tartar
    2. Apple
    3. False
    4. Maida or refined flour
    5. Cherry

  63. Manu C S says:

    Lovely photos!

    Answers to the quiz:
    1. Usually baking soda + an acid (lemon juice, buttermilk, vinegar etc) does the trick.
    2. Applesauce!
    3. False. Icing is usually just icing sugar+milk/water. Frosting is more elaborate, like buttercream.
    Also icing is used on cookies/scones etc while frosting is used in cakes/cupcakes
    4. I’m guessing you’re referring to flours available for home baking? If that’s the case, my vote would go for bread flour! Next in line would be the ubiquitous maida.
    5. Is this a trick question?? Because I can think of so many! Cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots etc.,

  64. 1) What is a good substitute to use in place of baking powder? Cream of tartar …?

    2) What fruit puree is often used as a substitute for fat? Applesauce

    3) True or False: frosting and icing are the same thing? True

    4) Which flour forms the most gluten? Bread flour

    5) Name a pitted fruit that can be baked into a pie. Cherry, Peaches, Apple

  65. Joanna says:

    1)The substitute for 1 teaspoon baking powder=1/4 teaspoon baking soda+an acidic ingredient such as 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar.
    2)Avocado and applesauce fruit puree are quite common substitutes for fat in baking.
    3)False.Frosting comprises of a cream/butter and sugar base whisked to thicken whereas icing is a thin sugar based glaze that hardens on cooling.
    4)Bread flour being a type of wheat flour has a higher gluten content.
    5)Peach,Apricot,Plum are pitted fruits which make delicious pies.
    Thank you.

  66. Joanna says:

    Your site is a treasure trove of amazing recipes,astounding visuals and engaging narratives.

  67. Reva Garde says:

    Hi! Love your blog and the photos you take.
    Here are my answers for the giveaway.
    1) Baking Soda + cream of tartar
    2) Apple puree
    3) True
    4) Wheat (maida)
    5) Cherry

  68. Kavita says:

    Hi Deeba

    I am Kavita…here are my answers to the contest.my email address is kavitakothari@gmail.com

    1. A good substitute of baking powder is Baking soda + an acid like vinegar or lime juce or buttermilk
    2. Apple puree or apple sauce is a good substitute for fat
    3. False. Frosting and icing are different. Frosting is a thick and fluffy coating of whipped cream or butter while icicing is a thin sugar glaze on top of baked goods that hardens on cooling.
    4. Bread flour forms the most gluten
    5. Cherry is a pitted fruit that can be baked in a pie.

    Regards
    Kavita

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