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Food and Beverages 2018-06-20

How to Save on Money and Time with These Baking Hacks

When it comes to baking, it might come across as a task. But the fact is that it’s not!

By AAK Kamani Pvt Ltd
How to Save on Money and Time with These Baking Hacks

Summer is the best time to indulge in all the fun activities and tick things off your wish-list. Right from planning holidays to doing productive things at home, we all have those plans. Painting, sketching, cooking and baking is always there in most of our to-dos.

When it comes to baking, it might come across as a task. But the fact is that it’s not! The secret hacks make baking a lot easier. We have all been there, struggling with assembling key ingredients, cutting to mixing them in the appropriate amount. It can be a headache, but it really doesn’t have to be. Check out these ten clever baking hacks that'll save your time, money and sanity:

Cut sponge cakes with dental floss: If you want your cake slices to be cut appropriately, just reach out to your medicine box and use unflavored dental floss for those perfect pieces

Cupcake decoration: The decoration over a cupcake can be complicated if one doesn’t have proper decorative materials. The quick fix for this can be to randomly place 2-3 strips of paper over the cupcake. Just dust icing sugar and/or cocoa powder over the top and one will end up with beautiful designs over the cupcake

Remove eggshell easily: Accidentally dropped excess eggshell in the bowl? There is nothing to stress, simply wet your finger and the eggshell will be magnetically attracted. Try it to see that it will really work

Keep your brown sugar soft: Keep the crushed brown sugar soft by storing them with a slice of brown bread

Get the perfect texture of the cake: Fear the bubbles on your perfect baked cake? Here is a solution. Gently tap your cake several times on a table to set the base. Tapping the cake will also make it settle faster and give that perfect bubble free cake.

Room Temperature Butter: Use room temperature (24-26oC) butter in baking for best results. It helps incorporate the ingredients evenly and keeps the batter smooth and manageable. To bring the butter sticks to room temperature, leave them on the counter for about 30 minutes, before you start baking. If you're pressed for time, put the butter sticks in a large bowl and place it in a saucepan filled with hot water. Alternately, microwave it for 10-15 seconds.

Use Transfree margarine: It’s easier to handle margarine when the room temperature is warm as it doesn’t go as soft as butter and has better creaming properties. You can substitute part butter with margarine and get a better flavor and texture.

Refresh cookies: Soft, soggy cookies can be as good as freshly baked ones if refreshed in the oven at 150-160C or microwaved in the oven for 15-20 seconds till heated through.

Use Ice cream scoop: Don’t have a measuring tool for perfectly sized cookies? Use ice cream scoop for the perfect shaped cookies and also avoid the sticky finger with this simple hack.

So what are you waiting for? If you want to get the best bakery product out of your oven, grab your apron, put your ingredients together and get started for a successful bakery biz.

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