I'm trying a new recipe. I know that, given the choice, it's always better to use weight rather than volume for measurements. This recipe gives both, but when I measured out the flour by volume and then weighed it, it was only half the amount called for by weight. I went by weight, and got twice the volume. I'm not used to these being off by more than a bit. I'm wondering if one measurement is a mistake.
Can weight and volume be that far off? Maybe she was packing down the flour...
These are called "savory broccoli cakes" but they look like broccoli-cheddar muffins. I'm not sure how loose the batter should be, so I don't think I can go by feel, like I would with a bread. Help!
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