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Thanks M. I know about the pin...mine moves a lot. But it's in place and the screw is tight. I just
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Posted to Thread #29981 at 1:16 am on Nov 22, 2017
ran it with nothing in the bowl and no beater and it's barely vibrating now. So, hopefully, it was the heavy dough from CI crescent roll recipe. It's the first time I've used it since moving and the mixer was crammed under the back seat.
It's an odd little recipe...you use the paddle the whole time rather than using the dough hook. And you only mix it for a short time so the gluten doesn't develop too much.
Result is nice, but they look so much like croissants that my brain is expecting croissant flakiness and this doesn't have that. it does have half a pound of butter in it.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 29981. uh-oh....my pivot head Kitchen Aid mixer is really vibrating. I checked all the screws - MarilynFL - 12:23am on 11/22/17 (3)
- When Mine does that it’s the screw you see when you tilt the head up, - MariaDNoCA - 12:44am on 11/22/17
- Thanks M. I know about the pin...mine moves a lot. But it's in place and the screw is tight. I just - MarilynFL - 1:16am on 11/22/17
- Oh heavy dough will do it, Glad you figured it out! [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 11:15pm on 11/23/17