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11 Tips for the Most Delicious Baking

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These tips are very important when baking! With them it will be the most delicious!

  1. Use a brush to grease the mold with oil. If your metal mold has a lot of cracks, apply the softened butter with a cooking brush.
  2. Reduce the temperature for dark dishes. Dark dishes absorb more energy and transfer heat faster. Therefore, if you are baking pastries in a dark dish, set the oven temperature slightly lower than the recipe indicates.
  3. Use toothpicks to check the dough. It is better to check the readiness of the dough not with metal sticks, but with toothpicks. The metal will slip and tell you little about the baked goods. In contrast, the tree will show the actual state of the test.
  4. Chill the cake with the top down. If you want the top of the pie to be flat, after baking, turn it upside down and chill. There will be less unevenness on the surface of the cake.
  5. Cool the cake properly. Chill the cake on a stand to allow air to circulate from below. Don’t do this in the fridge – just leave the baked goods on the counter. To speed up the process, bring it near an open window or fan.
  6. Use the frosting as glue. If you are making a piece with icing, place some of it on a platter and then start assembling the cake. When cooled, the baked goods will stick to the dish and will not move.
  7. Cover the cake with the icing before freezing. Before freezing and icing the cake, lightly glaze all baking surfaces. It will protect the cakes from the negative effects of cold. After 15 minutes in the refrigerator, you can take out the cake and cover it with a thick layer of icing.
  8. Use a cold knife for warm desserts and a warm knife for cold ones. Use a cold knife to cut evenly warm desserts (you can put it in the freezer for a few minutes). Conversely, for cold desserts, heat the knife by dipping it under running hot water and then wiping it dry.
  9. Do not put baked goods in plastic until they have cooled down. Never put warm cookies in a plastic container or wrap an uncooled cake in plastic. Otherwise, condensation will start and your baked goods will get wet and spoil.
  10. Defrost baked goods without film or packaging. If you defrost baked goods in a wrapper or a closed container, condensation will form on the surface. Therefore, always remove the packaging.
  11. One final tip: cook with love is the best ingredient for any dessert. Successful culinary feats!
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