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Baking tools and equipments

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Baking tools and equipments

  1. 1. Presented by: Maricris Bastida
  2. 2. MEASURING TOOLS DRY MEASURING CUPS - allow you to fill the cup to the top and then "level off" or remove any extra with a straight edge knife or metal spatula. Available in nested sets of 4 to 8 cups. Made of metal or plastic, these cups do not have a pouring spout.
  3. 3. LIQUID MEASURING GLASS - a vessel used specifically for measuring liquids. Liquid is poured into the cup up to the appropriate graduated marker on the side of the cup. Clear glass or plastic measuring cups are easiest to use. When measuring liquids, fill the measuring cup with your liquid and hold the cup at eye level to check the amount. Make sure you hold the cup "level".
  4. 4. MEASURING SPOONS - available in metal or plastic, measuring spoons are used to measure small quantities of liquid and dry ingredients.
  5. 5. MIXING BOWLS - is a deep bowl that is particularly well suited for mixing ingredients together in.
  6. 6. WOODEN SPOON - Stirring utensil that will NOT conduct heat as you stir!
  7. 7. RUBBER scraper - Scrapes a bowl clean BUT could melt if used in a saucepan.
  8. 8. STRAIGHT EDGE SPATULA - A flexible tool for leveling off ingredients or frosting a cake or cookies.
  9. 9. FLOUR SIFTER Wire mesh and rotating bars for breaking up lumps or loosening flour.
  10. 10. ROLLING PIN - a reliable tool for shaping and rolling dough
  11. 11. BAKING PANS CAKE PANS Various sized pans used for baking identified as width by length in inches Common ones are: 9”x 13” Oblong 9”x 9” Square 9” Round
  12. 12. MUFFIN PANS - An oblong pan with round depressions for baking muffins and cupcakes.
  13. 13. JELLY ROLL PAN - A flat baking sheet with sides for baking cookies and other baked items.
  14. 14. LOAF PAN - A deep pan approximately 4 by 9 inches used to bake quick and yeast breads, meatloaf and other items.
  15. 15. TUBE PAN Pan with a hollow tube in the center allowing for the cake to rise and yet the center to bake evenly.
  16. 16. CASSEROLE OR BAKING DISHES - Glass, ceramic or metal dishes that may also have a cover to fit. - Oven safe to cook large quantities of food for long periods of time.
  17. 17. COOKIE SHEET - are flat, rectangular metal pans used in an oven. They are often used for baking bread rolls, pastries and flat products such as cookies, sheet cakes, and swiss rolls.
  18. 18. BREAD KNIFE Serrated blade for slicing through bread.
  19. 19. METAL SPATULA Utensil for lifting and turning items like pancakes and meat.
  20. 20. PASTRY CLOTH AND ROLLING PIN COVER - is made of a specially treated material that resists grease and moisture and has the necessary stiffness for rolling-out doughs.
  21. 21. KITCHEN SHEARS • Heavy scissors for cutting meat, dough, pizza and fresh herbs. • Can also loosen bottle lids and small jars. • Cracks nuts and some shellfish.
  22. 22. GRATER OR SHREDDER Various holes and blades which cut cheese and vegetables into thin strips or slices.
  23. 23. ELECTRIC MIXER An appliance which can mix, beat and knead batters and dough.
  24. 24. WEIGHING SCALE - is a measuring instrument for determining the weight or mas s of an object.
  25. 25. COOKIE CUTTER - is a tool to cut out cookie/bisc uit dough in a particular shape.
  26. 26. PASTRY BLENDER - Tool for cutting shortening or butter into flour for flaky products like biscuits or pie crust.
  27. 27. PASTRY BRUSH - also known as a basting brush, is a cooking utensil used to spread butter, oil or glaze on food.
  28. 28. PASTRY WHEEL Special blade used to cut dough or pie crusts into strips
  29. 29. COOLING RACK Wire racks for cooling hot foods.
  30. 30. WIRE WHISK - Simplest tool for beating and stirring light mixtures.
  31. 31. DECORATING BAGS AND TIPS Bag with assorted tips for decorating cakes, deviled eggs and other desserts.
  32. 32. PARCHMENT PAPER - are cellulose- based papers that are used in baking as a disposable non- stick surface.
  33. 33. OVEN THERMOMETER - are designed to either stand or hang on an oven rack. Since oven temperatures can vary from one part of an oven to another, position the thermometer on the oven rack where the baking sheet or pan will be placed. If there's room, keep the thermometer positioned next to the baking sheet during baking, so that you can determine if the temperature is changing too much during baking or when cookie sheets are switched.
  34. 34. OVEN - is a thermally insulated chamber used for the heating, baking or drying of a substance, and most commonly used for cooking.
  35. 35. EVALUATION: Draw and give the uses and functions of each baking tools. 1. Kitchen Shears 2. Measuring cup 3. Rolling Pin 4. Pastry Brush 5. Measuring Glass 6. Oven Thermometer 7. Parchment Paper 8. Wire Whisk 9. Cookie Cutter 10. Mixing Bowls
  36. 36. ASSIGNMENT: Search different cake recipe. And pick one to perform it next meeting.

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