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    Question Rosette Irons

    When making "Chinese Pretzels"--very similar to rosettes, the batter sticks to the irons and doesn't release. Looking for a remedy.

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    Welcome elock808. If it is similar to the rosette irons, then you would dip the irons into the oil first, then the batter and then back into the oil and they should release easily.

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    Thanks. That's what we're doing, but the first few just seem to cling to iron, and have to be pried off. Have tried adjusting temp, but didn't help.

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    Try holding the iron in the oil a little longer. Then the iron heats up and that should help. Or maybe it is the batter recipe that you are using.

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    Other hints I found was to chill the batter. Don't over stir your batter and some hold the iron in the oil until the cookie falls off. Some didn't like the cookie so well done.

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