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  Baking - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baking is the technique of cooking food in an oven by dry heat applied evenly throughout the oven or only from the bottom element.
The browning is caused by caramelization of sugars and the Maillard reaction.
Some foods are replenished with moisture during baking by placing a small amount of liquid (such as water or broth) in the bottom of the pan, and letting it steam up into or around the food, a method commonly known as braising.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Baking   (389 words)

 Baking powder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Most modern baking powders are double acting, that is, they contain two acid salts, one which reacts at room temperature, producing a rise as soon as the dough or batter is prepared, and another which reacts at a higher temperature, causing a further rise during baking.
Generally, one teaspoon of baking powder is used to raise a mixture of one cup of flour, one cup of liquid, and one egg.
Baking powder is generally just baking soda mixed with an acid, and a number of kitchen acids may be mixed with baking soda to simulate commercial blends of baking powder.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Baking_powder   (597 words)

 Baking Glossary
For baked items, such as breads and cakes, the oven temperature will need to be lowered 25 degrees to prevent overbrowning of the food.
Baking pans vary in size and may be round, square, rectangular, or a special shape, such as a heart.
Baking stones can be round or rectangular and can be left in the oven when not in use.
www.bhg.com /bhg/story.jhtml?storyid=/templatedata/bhg/story/data/baking_glossary_11202002.xml   (552 words)

 Rasoi : A collection of Recipes -http://www.tri-murti.com/rasoi
Please tell me when baking cakes or cookies, what is the substitute of eggs or what can you add instead of eggs.
Baking powder is made of baking soda and exactly the right amount of acid to react with the soda (it also includes corn starch to keep the ingredients from prematurely reacting in the privacy of their container).
Substituting for a lack of baking powder is very easy: 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda plus 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar (ignoring the cornstarch) for each teaspoon of baking powder required.
www.tri-murti.com /rasoi/faq/showQA.jsp?category=Baking   (1881 words)

 Baking Bread
The goal is to bake a loaf of six grain bread.
Cover the bottom of a baking form with baking paper, and let the dough raise in a warm place for two hours.
Bake for fourty minutes, then remove the paper and bake for fourty more minutes.
www.citi.umich.edu /u/provos/bread   (1833 words)

 Wheat-Free Baking Recipes
Baking powders may sometimes contain egg, corn or gluten; just make sure that the one you use is free of anything you react to.
Bake at 325 degrees F for 18 to 20 minutes, until lightly brown.
Bake at 400 degrees F for 20 minutes, or until the top is firm when touched.
www.purr.demon.co.uk /Food/Wheatfree.html   (1832 words)

Bake for 35 minutes or until the edges pull from the sides of the pans.
BAKE at 350 degrees F for 35 to 40 minutes or until cream cheese mixture is lightly browned.
Bake at 350 degrees for 9 - 12 minutes or until bottoms are light golden brown.
millennium.fortunecity.com /hibernium/450/id67.htm   (4557 words)

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Bake at 350 for 25 to 30 minutes or until light golden brown around edges and center is set.
Bake at 375 for 4 to 6 minutes or until the cookies are caramel colored.
Bake at 425 for 4 to 5 minutes, or until the cookies have browned lightly around the edges but are paler in the center.
dinnercoop.cs.cmu.edu /dinnercoop/Recipes/cookbook/part6.html   (8339 words)

 Baking Cookbooks at Epicurious.com
Baking a cake is like writing a sonnet: You can be as creative as you like as long as you stick to the rules.
Besides being a textbook on bread baking, it is also a primer for aspiring pizza-makers and a treasure of dishes made with leftover bread, such as bruschette and ribollita.
From flatbreads to viennabrod (which we call "Danish pastry"), from sugared pretzels to blueberry squares to buttery brandied pound cake, Scandinavian baking is both wholesome and sophisticated, with a long tradition that should be known to everyone who loves to bake.
www.epicurious.com /features/cookbooks/collections/bakeroundup   (1353 words)

 Joey Green
Mix a thick paste of Arm and Hammer Baking Soda with water, apply the silver with a damp sponge, rub, rinse, and buff dry.
Instead of throwing out that old box of Arm and Hammer Baking Soda that's been sitting in the refrigerator or freezer, gradually pour it down the drain and flush with water.
Add 1.5 pounds of baking soda for every 10,000 gallons of water in the pool to raise total alkalinity by 10 ppm (parts per million parts of pool water), keeping the total alkalinity of the pool within the range of 80 to 150 ppm of alkalinity.
www.wackyuses.com /arm_hammer.html   (1016 words)

 Cooking Baking Food & Recipes - Joyofbaking.com
Apples are delicious in so many baked goods so whether you treat yourself to a warm apple crisp on a chilly day or wow your guests with a stunning French Apple Tart, remember that apples are believed to have the most curative powers of all the fruits.
If you enjoy baking with fresh cranberries it is a good idea to buy a few extra bags and place them in the freezer for other times of the year.
Of course, Thanksgiving is when the baking really begins with favorites like pumpkin pie, apple pie, and pecan pie (tart).
www.joyofbaking.com   (751 words)

 Baking Terms
Baked Alaska: A dessert consisting of ice cream on a sponge-cake base, covered with meringue and browned in the oven.
Baking Ammonia: A leavening ingredient that releases ammonia gas and carbon dioxide.
Hearth Bread: A bread that is baked directly on the bottom of the oven, not in a pan.
www.pastryrecipes.com /baking_terms.htm   (3068 words)

Baking Soda, alias sodium bicarbonate, is a naturally occurring substance that is found in all living things, where it helps regulate their pH balance.
Baking powder is a mixture of baking soda and various acidic ingredients.
Both baking soda and baking powder are used in baking to help dough rise, (for leavening).
www.armhammer.com /basics/magic   (2443 words)

 Baking soda - Secrets of baking powder and 1000 baking recipes online
If you've changed gadgets baking soda in the pap and have been telling the tasty interest for mentions, your plastic citizen road baking soda might be speaking to plan you wonderful for a balmy baking soda product.
Baking soda and/or baking powder baking are added to batters for leavening; i.e., in order to produce the gas that make cakes, muffins, and quick breads rise.
Baking soda is a powerful business credit card cleaning agent that you also can use in baking so you know it is a safe product!
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 High Altitude Baking
Some of the dilemmas that can happen are cakes rise too rapidly and then fall to leave an impression resembling a moon crater, or having the undesirable trait of a tough and dry texture similar to a brand new kitchen sponge.
The lower air pressure as a result of high altitudes does cause increased evaporation of liquids during baking which can result in the structure of the cake not setting up properly and eventually collapsing.
Since most recipes are for sea level baking you can include some adjustments for high altitudes that will help produce a moist and fine textured cake.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/cake_decorating/31903   (476 words)

 Baking and Baking Science - Willie Prejean
If you bake the ball of wet gluten at about 400 degrees F. until all the mositure has evaporated and cut the dry gluten in half, you will see how gluten forms the frame work (structure) of baked products.
At the end of the baking process it remains as lactose sugar in the baked bread.
Because of the cutting effect on the bran in whole wheat flour, it is almost impossible to produce a loaf of whole wheat bread with acceptable volume without using shortening in the formula.
www.bakingandbakingscience.com   (4427 words)

 Baking Recipes
This is part two of a two-part series describing the functions of the main ingredients of baking.
Well, that is what baking is. While the average home baker may use a recipe, a professional baker will probably...
Baking with children (of suitable age, of course) can be fun….and eventful.
www.suite101.com /welcome.cfm/baking_joy   (463 words)

Baking Powder Recipes - A variety of baking recipes (cookies, muffins, breads, etc.) using Clabber Girl and Rumford baking powders.
Baking with Anna - Browse cake, cookie and dessert recipes and tips.
International School of Baking and Cooking - Recipes forEuropean style baking in artisan breads, desserts, cakes, and pastries.
www.ability.org.uk /baking.html   (483 words)

 Ghirardelli :: Baking
Baking Chips Ghirardelli's rich signature baking chips are created by a precise blend of deep-roasted cocoa beans and hand-selected ingredients.
Baking Bars The luxuriously deep flavor and smooth texture of Ghirardelli premium baking chocolate creates the intense chocolate experience baker prize—and the pleasurable moments chocolate lovers cherish.
Cocoa Powder Ghirardelli Chocolate's rich signature baking cocoa is created by a precise blend of deep-roasted cocoa beans and hand-selected ingredients.
www.ghirardelli.com /products/baking.aspx   (68 words)

 Recipe Library: Baking
This is a great pair of Italian recipes from Cyndee who offers this baked blend of honey and nuts along with another zesty lemon recipe.
This is a great cheesecake recipe that features Splenda and fruit which is the first sugar substitute that you can actually bake with.
Pretzels, which are baked, not fried, keeps away all those unwanted calories.
www.homeschoolzone.com /m2m/baking.htm   (1718 words)

 Real Baking with Rose Levy Beranbaum
The larger the cake, the less amount of baking powder per cup of flour is used.
I kept thinking: no wonder so many people are under the mistaken impression that baking is hard—there is no standard of measure for the ingredients and unfortunately most people seem to think that measuring is easier than weighing.
1/8 teaspoon more or less of baking powder or baking soda makes a critical difference in determining whether a cake will dome, have a flat surface, or sink in the middle—as does 1/8 teaspoon of yeast in bread baking which can affect the rising time by as much as an hour for each rise.
www.realbakingwithrose.com   (2388 words)

 You Are Not Born With Baking Skills - Baking Skills Are Made!
Recipes are carefully calculated as to yield and changing the pan size also alters the baking temperature and time.
The size of a baking pan or dish is measured across the top of the container from the inside edge to inside edge.
The depth also is measured on the inside of the pan or dish from the bottom to the top of the rim.
whatscookingamerica.net /Cake/bakingtips.htm   (506 words)

One was baking powder and one was baking soda.
It's always useful to have extra on hand in case of a baking emergency, but I figured that it would be a good idea to test them to see if they still worked, since chemical leaveners can lose their potency over time for various reasons, including poor storage conditions.
It is based on soda bread, or Irish soda bread, which is leavened with a combination of buttermilk and baking soda.
www.slashfood.com /category/baking   (2798 words)

Freshly baked cookies are a holiday tradition in many homes.
Our baking tips reveal the secrets for creating and storing these popular baked desserts.
Chocolate chip cookies were probably the first cookies you ever baked.
www.bhg.com /home/Baking.html   (153 words)

 bakingsheet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
I must say that I felt a bit bad seeing that my front post was not about baking when this blog got a mention in the Guardian the other day, but to make up for that, I promise that this is a really good recipe.
I love gingerbread in just about any form it comes in, from cookies to cakes to pancakes, and usually look forward to cooler weather as a sort of permission to bake anything spicy.
In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, ginger, cinnamon, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cloves and allspice.
bakingsheet.blogspot.com   (1159 words)

Ask Sarah and have your baking questions answered by a professional.
There you will find a wealth of information about all aspects of cooking and baking with canola oil, plus recipes.
This organization has selected my website to sponsor -- it is a way of recognizing that baking911.com is a place to go for expert advice.
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