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Nothing significant. The salt will just help to bring the flavor out a little more.

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Double the recipe or throw it out and start over.


Just to improve the flavor, the salt is not going to affect anything about the cookie, texture, rising or not, spread rate, just the flavor.


The easy and simple sugar cookie recipe that one can use is to take sugar, butter, an egg, flour, baking soda, and salt then mix together and put on a cookie sheet.


You can quite easily just omit the salt in any cookie recipe, since it does not affect how the cookie rises or the texture, just the taste. However it's wise to keep a pinch in there for flavour - if you've ever made bread and accidentally forgotten to put salt in, you'll realise why it's necessary in baked goods.


Baking powder may be substituted for baking soda in most cookie recipes, but the amount of salt should be reduced by about half.


Salt in baking has three uses. It helps preserve the food, helps in flavor and aids in doughs rising.


You can increase the rest of the ingredients in proportion, so you end up with more cookies.


The water evaporates to just leave salt.


the salt de-solves and leave the taste behind which makes it salt water


They will not taste as good, they will rise and appear the same.



Nothing provided the salt is not heated to melting point.



the water will evaporate and leave the salt behind. if you want to get salt from salt water just boil it


Any cookie recipe can be made for birthday parties. A simple shortbread cookie, including butter, sugar and flour, with a dash of salt and vanilla extract, makes a perfectly acceptable and delicious birthday cookie. Add simple frosting of confectioner's sugar and milk, tinted with food coloring, to make the shortbread quite fancy.


it usually gives the cookie a sour taste so i would suggest not to put any salt on a cookie unless you really want to.


Basic cookie dough contains sugar, butter, eggs, baking soda, flour, salt, and vanilla. You mix all the ingredients together in a large bowl. Then from the dough into small balls and press onto a cookie sheet. Bake in the oven for 10 minutes at 350 degrees.


You get a very bland bread, but try making croutons with it!


It will leave a solid salt, consisting of the ions.


Most home made cookie recipes require the basic ingredients which are eggs, sugar, butter, flour, baking soda, and a pinch of salt. A good recipe can be found in many cookbooks or on websites such as the Food Network.


If you know that you doubled the salt required then the best solution is to double the recipe without adding any more salt. If the quantity is unknown then it is best to discard the first batch and start over if the final product is inedible.


The water will eventually evaporate off and leave the salt, which you can reclaim.


The most familiar Tollhouse cookie recipe contains flour, butter, both brown and white granulated sugar, eggs, vanilla, baking powder, salt, and chocolate chips. There are many different variations on this basic recipe.


Yes, but one should reduce the amount of salt in the recipe. When one does not have baking soda, it is best to use a cookie recipe that calls for baking powder, because the two ingredients are not identical.


it act as a preservative and enhance self life and also flavour.



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