1) IN THIS COURSE YOU ARE GOIONG TO LEARN 5 TYPES OF CAKES
i) BLACK CURRENT ( GALEXY DISIGN )
ii) CHOCLATA MOOSE CAKE.
iii) DUCH TRUFFEL CAKE ( GOLDERN EFFECT )
iv) FALOODA CAKE ( DOME MIRROR GLAZE )
v) RED VELVET CHEESE CAKE
2)HOW TO PERFECTLY WIP CREAM
3) HOW TO USE NOSALS
4) HOW TO MAKE FLOWERS WITH CREAM
5) IPMORTANT TOOLS TO BUY AND SAVE MONEY
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5 DIFFERENT TYPES OF CAKES , PERFECT WAY TO WIP CREAM , WHAT TOOLS SHOULD I BUY FOE CAKE BAKEING , AND ALL THINGS NEEDED TO MAKE A EXCELENT CAKE
Beginner's Cake Decorating Course at Home
I'm on my way to pick up a delicious cake... But why does the cake look so plain? Baking cakes is easy, and we often bake them without decorating them afterward. Did you know that cake decoration at home is simple and you can master it with ease just like a professional baker? In addition to the simple cake decorating ideas for beginners we have discussed below, you can also make these easy homemade cake decorations. It is likely that most of the decorations will be found in your kitchen. Let's begin with some easy ways to decorate your kitchen.
Simple, easy techniques and methods are included in this collection. Most of them are low-cost, and they can be used to decorate a variety of different cakes, including Victoria sponge cake, chocolate cake, classic lemon drizzle cake, and moist chocolate brownies, to name a few.
If you're an amateur baker or a skilled baker looking to step-up your game, I've got the BEST Beginner Baking Tips for you! Every baker starts somewhere, but that doesn't mean they have to do it alone!
DON’T RUSH BAKING
You should never bake when you are pressed for time! New recipes won't turn out well if you attempt them in a hurry, especially if you are not familiar with them. You should be patient with yourself and the process: read the recipe, make sure you have your ingredients, prep them, preheat the oven, and grease your pans. Better prepared, better-baked goods!
WEIGH YOUR INGREDIENTS
Baking is a science, as we mentioned before. To bake well, you need precise ratios, proven techniques, and tried-and-true recipes. Measuring ingredients properly is one of the most important baking tips!
You will be more accurate if you measure your ingredients by weight instead of volume. You will only need a bowl and a scale.
DO NOT CHANGE INGREDIENT ORDER (OR REPLACE INGREDIENTS)
It can be tempting to swap ingredients- and I approve of ingredient substitutions- but if you're just getting started, I would hold off on experimenting. Whether you want to substitute an ingredient or get creative, keep in mind that a well-tested recipe should be followed.
ROOM TEMPERATURE IS ESSENTIAL
I always mention temperature when discussing baking tips. Temperature is crucial! If a recipe calls for room temperature eggs, milk, or butter, make sure to follow the instructions. The ingredients emulsify much better at room temperature, which creates a more uniform texture.
Plan ahead if you can. Put everything on the counter, review the ingredients, and take note of the exact measurements. When you're eating the best cake you've ever had, you'll thank yourself later.
BUY AN OVEN THERMOMETER
Every oven is different, just like every person. A gas oven operates differently than an electric oven. Ovens heat up differently, and some have hot spots that can't be avoided. It's important that you take the time to get to know your oven, and an oven thermometer is a great way of doing that.
By placing an accurate thermometer in the center of your oven, you can determine the exact temperature at that spot. By moving the thermometer around, you can find the cool or hot spots in your oven.
DO NOT MIX A HOT INGREDIENT INTO A BATTER OR DOUGH
Baking recipes almost never call for hot ingredients! Dairy will curdle, eggs will scramble, and active ingredients will die in hot liquids.
Know that WARM does not mean HOT when an ingredient is called for in a recipe. Let's be clear: Hot does not mean warm. Warm does not mean hot.
A warm ingredient should be able to be touched for at least 5 seconds without burning you! Imagine a lukewarm baby bottle or a glass of milk at bedtime.
Enjoy the course and use these tips while baking.