For creating a fluffy dough of maida, we add warm water and yeast to the mixture. What is the importance of the warm water in this case?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 21st Oct, 2016, 04:26: PM
In the mixture, yeast multiplies and releases carbon dioxide, which makes the dough fluffy. In this mixture, the warm water provides adequate moisture for the yeast to grow and also raises the temperature of the mixture, which favours the rapid growth of the yeast.
Answered by | 21st Oct, 2016, 06:26: PM
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