Hi Amber, Yes, the baking powder and egg whites do help it rise a bit, just not as much as regular bread. It’s hard to say what went wrong, if anything. Everyone’s palate is a little different, so it’s possible you just didn’t like it, or maybe something didn’t go as it should have. It could be that the batter and whites weren’t folded together quite enough?
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Hi Connie, I don’t recommend using whole eggs in this recipe. The two recipes are very different. The egg whites in this recipe are beaten to stiff peaks to create the fluffiness. You could fold the yolks in later, but you’d need to modify the other ingredients, and besides, the bread would turn out very egg-y. The other recipe has fewer eggs than this one, and they are added differently.
What an amazing dish this is! One of my favorite meals involves balsamic vinegar and strawberries, and you will find the vinegar raises the flavor of the fruit and, together with the crunchy nut slivers and caramelized onions, this is a feast of flavors for you to enjoy! The tender, juicy chicken holds a wonderful surprise when you cut into it and the stuffing is revealed!
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Looking for a dinner recipe that’s better than takeout? This light, healthy “egg roll” salad will give you all the flavors from your favorite Thai restaurant without the carbs or food coma. Made with cabbage, chicken, and coconut aminos to ensure it’s gluten-free, this is one recipe you can’t miss. Pair with zucchini noodles as a substitute for pad thai to complete the dish.