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Food And Nutrition Post any questions you may have about your cockatiels diet here. Also feel free to share any cockatiel recipes you may know of.

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Old 12-01-2016, 03:17 PM
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Worried Harrison's Bird bread millet & flax

Hi guys as my first time baking in my life I tried to make my tiels some bread haha. Since I got the nt wt. 257g is the small bad. Since I wasn't sure I decided to do half of the bag I followed the instructions. 1 egg 1 cup of water some 15 ml of olive oil. Mixed them together and bam oven. Waited for 20-30 the outside was crispy but the inside raw. Tried to do the other half the next day 2 eggs 1 cup of water 15 ml of olive oil and the rest of the bird bread mix. Same results. Am I doing something wrong any tips so the inside would cook and not just have the outside so crisp? ty :]
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Hi - could it be the oven temperature is too high? I have never made this bread mix, so I am not sure. Did you use the oven temp recommended on the package? Could your oven thermostat be wrong? I bought an oven thermometer to use in my oven to check the temp.
Or, try a shallower pan. That way I think it would bake through better without burning.
I am not much of a baker myself, but these suggestions might help. Good luck!
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Try cutting back on the water...maybe 1/2 cup (or less) instead.

BTW I'm new here...future tiel owner
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