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Baking Hacks: 5 Important Baking Steps We Often Miss Out

Baking Hacks: 5 Important Baking Steps We Often Miss Out

Biting into a piece of decadent chocolate is just indescribable! The way the cake and chocolate frosting melt in the mouth feels heavenly to dessert lovers. Our go-to method for enjoying scrumptious baked goods is to order them in because our past baking experiences have put us in fear of ruining the dessert. The reason behind it is that people tend to skip out on some of the simplest yet most important baking steps out of laziness. These steps make a game-changing difference in baking, turning your lumpy cake into a soft and gooey delight! Follow these baking tips and get the perfect cake in no time.

1. Coat Dry Fruits And Choco-Chips Before Adding in Batter

  Before adding dry fruits or choco chips to the batter, simply coat them with flour. This will prevent them from sinking to the bottom and ensure the toppings are evenly distributed.

2. Take Out Cookies From The Oven When the Edges Have Hardened  

If you want the perfect cookie, then don’t bake it all the way through. You will get crunchiness on the outside and gooiness on the inside, just the way we like it!

3. Don’t Skip Out On Adding Salt To The Recipe

Most people think it is odd to add salt to desserts like cakes or brownies, but salt enhances the flavors and balances them out. Adding salt doesn’t make the cake salty.

4. Cool The Cake Before Taking It Out Of Baking Dish

Let the cake cool completely before removing it from the pan. If you try to take it out while it is hot, the cake might break apart or the frosting may melt the moment it touches the cake.

5. Fold The Batter, Don’t Mix It

People tend to assume folding and mixing are the same thing and end up mixing the flour in the batter rather than folding. This leaves pockets of raw flour in the batter that later appears in the baked cake, ruining the taste of the cake.

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