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Baiju 17 Apr in  Baking Classes

What is the correct thickness for cookies?

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Imon replied | 16 Jun

Depends on you. Not too thin though

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Minal Kailash replied | 18 Jun

1/4 inch is ideal for all cookies.

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Mary 17 Apr in  Baking Classes

I’d like to make my cookies chewier. What should I do?

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Divya 17 Apr in  Baking Classes

I made a fruit cake/fruit cupcakes and all the fruit has sunk to the bottom or it is mushy. What is going on?

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Pravalika 17 Apr in  Baking Classes, Cake baking(Baking Classes)

Best age to start baking?

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Shubham 17 Apr in  Baking Classes

My loaf has split down the middle. Why?

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Yashraj 16 Apr in  Baking Classes

My sponge didn’t work out right. What went wrong?

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Minal Kailash replied | 30 Jun

What went wrong with cake? What is the recipe?

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Rahul 16 Apr in  Baking Classes

My cupcakes have risen into volcano-like peaks. Why is this?

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Sarah replied | 20 Apr

Too much of baking powder or u have filled the cupcake mould more than 3/4th

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Himangi 16 Apr in  Baking Classes

What happens if I take the sponge out of the oven too early?

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Sarah replied | 16 Apr

It will collapse and will be a sticky one...

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Venkat 16 Apr in  Baking Classes

My cupcakes have cracked across the top. Should I be worried?

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Nazia 15 Apr in  Baking Classes

How do I make a pastry?

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Minal Kailash replied | 30 Jun

Danish pastry, Puff Pastry, French Pastry, Cake pastry?

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Parini 15 Apr in  Baking Classes

How do I prepare my baking tins?

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Sarah replied | 15 Apr

U can either lightly grease ur pan with oil or butter then sprinkle maida over it and swirl the pan so that it is coated with thin layer of maida and dust the excess off the pan....Or u can grease ur pan and put a brown paper parchment paper or butter paper and lightly greased it too

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Shivani replied | 15 Apr

Grease thm with oil nd dust wit maida

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Affaan 15 Apr in  Baking Classes

I’m using a giant cupcake tin/a different shaped to the one stated in the recipe. How much mixture do I use?

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Minal Kailash replied | 24 Jun

Fill the mould 1/2 to 3/4 in height with batter..Rest its not possible to tell without any details. Thanks Chef Minal

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Tripti 15 Apr in  Baking Classes

Can I make a layer cake out of your cupcake recipes and vice versa?

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Sarah replied | 20 Apr

Yes u can

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Manish 15 Apr in  Baking Classes

How many cupcakes will I get from one of your layer cake recipes?

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Manmohan 14 Apr in  Baking Classes

How do I store a cake?

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Sarah replied | 14 Apr

put a slice of bread along with the cake in an airtight box...it helps in keeping the cake soft and moist.

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Shivani replied | 15 Apr

In freeze in air tight container with slice of bread

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Sunil 14 Apr in  Baking Classes

How much icing do I need to cover my cake?

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Sarah replied | 14 Apr

It depends.how big cake ur making

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Sarah replied | 15 Apr

If u r icing a 6inch cake u will need a cup of heavy whipping cream...

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Surabhi 14 Apr in  Baking Classes

If a recipe calls for espresso powder or freshly brewed coffee and I don’t like coffee, can I leave it out?

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Sarah replied | 16 Apr

If the recipe calls for coffee in chocolate cake then u can omit it...but adding coffee to chocolate cake enhances the cake flavor.....if making tiramisu cake then soaking the cake with the coffee syrup is must...as it is essential part of the cake

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Minal Kailash replied | 30 Jun

Yes you may leave it out, however you may have to adjust the amount of sugar if the amount of coffee was prominent in the recipe.

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Annu 14 Apr in  Baking Classes

How do I know if my baking powder and baking soda are still fresh?

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Sirisha replied | 14 Apr

When you add a teaspoon of baking soda to some white vinegar, it must froth and bubble up a lot. More the bubbles, stronger is the soda. Similarly baking powder is added to some warm water, if there is a strong fizzing sound followed by a cloudy liquid, the baking powder is good.

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Mukundan 14 Apr in  Baking Classes

What is baking?

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Sirisha replied | 14 Apr

Baking is cooking food with dry heat without direct exposure to the flames, most commonly in an oven.

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Wasima 13 Apr in  Baking Classes, Cake baking(Baking Classes)

how much time it takes to learn baking???

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Kavita replied | 15 Apr

Baking does not take long to learn, just practice baking a lot, you will get the hang of it. We have a baking class next week for beginners which is hands on and interactive. If interested, let me know, we are based in Aundh.

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Minal Kailash replied | 30 Jun

It's like asking when will me education get over. It depends on how much you want to learn. It never getss over. I am professional chef and have worked for many years in 5 star hotels, bakeries, etc but even after so many years I feel there is always something new to learn. There is no end to it.

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Poonam 13 Apr in  Baking Classes

Why do my cookies always turn out flat?

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Sarah replied | 15 Apr

Always when making cookies put the cookie dough in fridge for at least 15-20mins prior baking...u can also put the shaped cookies in fridge then bake...it helps in avoiding the cookies from spreading while baking and thus no flat cookies...

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Minal Kailash replied | 30 Jun

Cookies can go flat for many reasons.

1) You did not chill the cookies before putting them for baking. I would suggest 1 hour covered in fridge and then transfer to oven.

2) Oven temperature was too low which caused the cookies to go flat.

3) Butter content too high in the cookies or liquid content too high in cookies.

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Cookies can go flat for many reasons.

1) You did not chill the cookies before putting them for baking. I would suggest 1 hour covered in fridge and then transfer to oven.

2) Oven temperature was too low which caused the cookies to go flat.

3) Butter content too high in the cookies or liquid content too high in cookies.

4) Usage of oil or ghee in recipes also cause cookies to go flat. Always use butter.

5) Check if your baking powder/soda is active or not.

Hope that helps.

Chef Minal
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Dev 13 Apr in  Baking Classes

What is different about Dutch-process cocoa than regular cocoa powder, and where can I find it?

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Sarah replied | 15 Apr

Dutch cocoa also called "alkalized cocoa" is made by removing it's acidic property.... Which when reacts with baking powder gives a rich and dark taste to the cake..normally we get normal Coco in market..even Hershey's Coco is normal one....

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Jogendra 13 Apr in  Baking Classes

A recipe calls for buttermilk but I don’t want to go to the store just for that. Can I make my own?

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Sarah replied | 15 Apr

Yes u can make ur own at home for baking purpose... For 1 cup milk add 1tablespoon white vinegar or 2tsp lemon juice... Stir it and leave aside for 5mins....it will cuddle a little...then u can use as required..

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Kavita replied | 15 Apr

yes you could make it at home and use the same, just don't add sugar or salt.

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Shail 12 Apr in  Baking Classes

Why does my cake cave in the middle after it’s baked?

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Chef Humera replied | 16 Apr

Check your recipe ingredients first and the ingredients proportion.

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Minal Kailash replied | 30 Jun

There are very specific reasons why cakes cave in. You need to study your recipe or equipments to understand where the fault lies. I am listing here some of the reasons why your cake can go wrong.

1) Too much water. Check for dropping consistency before pouring batter in the cake pan. If too thin, then cake will definitely sink.

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There are very specific reasons why cakes cave in. You need to study your recipe or equipments to understand where the fault lies. I am listing here some of the reasons why your cake can go wrong.

1) Too much water. Check for dropping consistency before pouring batter in the cake pan. If too thin, then cake will definitely sink.

2) Too much baking powder or soda. If cake tastes bitter or weird in taste then these are culprits.

3) Cake pan should be 1/2 - 3/4 full in height. If pan is too big and batter does not even reach 1/2 the cake tin height, it sinks at times.

4) Amount of flour is less, then the cake not only sinks but feels moist when cut.

5) Oven temperature too high or you changed oven temperature in between. Check oven temperature with an oven thermometer to make sure its same temperature as you have set. Also if you have a fan option in your convection/oven please keep it off.

6) Usage of electric mixers to make batter. Most beginners overmix the cake batter causing too much aeration which causes the cake batter to rise till 80% of the baking time and then collapse suddenly. Please try the reliable cut and fold method to avoid this mistake or learn from a professional chef when to stop beating the batter.

There are many more reasons, however I am signing off due to time constraint.

Hope that helps.

Chef Minal
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Deepak 12 Apr in  Baking Classes

Could you explain the difference between different types of flours – all-purpose, bread, cake, etc. – and how to substitute them?

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Minal Kailash replied | 24 Jun

These are very detailed explanantions because difference between them in not just in addition of extra elements but you also need to understand the type of wheat they are made from. Request you to confront any pastry chef at a good baking classes. Thanks Chef Minal.

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