Already centuries ago, deer horn salt was used as a raising agent for flat pastries. While it used to be made by heating the horns, claws and leather of deer, today the classic stimulant is made from a mixture of ammonium chloride, charcoal and calcium carbonate and is therefore also suitable for vegans. It is particularly popular in honey and gingerbread, Americans or even speculation. Important: Hirschhornsalz has an extraordinarily strong driving force, therefore, stick to the specified quantity in the recipe, otherwise the pastry gets out of shape in no time!
- Hirschhornsalz (Backtriebmittel E 503)
- Flat bags
- Filling Weight
- Recommended for
- *May contain traces of cereals containing gluten, mustard and celery For further Informations on Ingredients, Mandatory information according to LMIV, etc
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