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The key to perfectly risen cake is knowing what ingredient makes a cake rise. Once you have a clearer understanding of the different raising agents available and know how to use them properly, you will (hopefully) never have a flat cake again.
Bread machines have become such a great convenience in our lives. We simply gather our ingredients, pop them in the machine, press a few buttons and off it goes. In a few hours we have a perfectly baked loaf. Bread machines do all of the hard work from us. But, using...
What happens I am running late and can’t take my bread out when it is finished? Can I leave bread in the bread machine? Take a read and find out!
Once you press ‘start’ on your machine, put a timer on. You are basically trying to see how much time passes between you starting your machine to when the final rise begins. Your bread machine should have a manual with the timeline of each step, so with some simple maths, you’ll be able to work out when your bread begins it’s final rise.
Wondering how to tell if a cheesecake is undercooked? A simple yet effective way to tell if your cheesecake is undercooked or not is by jiggling it. Pop on a pair of oven gloves and open the oven. Gently give the cheesecake a little shake. If there is a large jiggly area and there is mixture seeping from the sides then the cheesecake is not cooked in the middle and needs a little longer in the oven.