Follow the Recipe
If you had to boil this article down to a single tip, this would be it. Everything from preheating the oven to whether or not you should grease the pan is already in the recipe. Yes, you often need to grease your pan. But sometimes you shouldn’t. Ditto when it comes to using room temperature butter versus cold. But rather than holding all that knowledge in your head, along with the various exceptions to each rule, and the exceptions to the exceptions, just do what the recipe says. That, after all, is what it’s there for.
Measure Your Ingredients Properly
That means weighing them. This mostly refers to the flour, since it’s
The last two years have been more than weird. The COVID-19 pandemic shook our world to its core, changing almost every aspect of our daily lives, for example, the way we cook and eat. Due to lockdowns, people began to take online classes on how to prepare various meals and bake. In some ways, this was a positive effect of this health crisis. But, like most other things, learning from videos isn’t without its flaws.
Baking bread or pie, thanks to online videos, can work, but only to a certain extent. Most YouTube chefs will shorten their videos, expecting that you know your way around the kitchen. This, however, leads to a poor experience. Luckily, with coronavirus restrictions slowing down, people are beginning to take in-person lessons to up their culinary skills, especially baking. Allow us to, therefore, explain why you should enroll in a baking class too.