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Tell me about baking disaster you have had. How did you redo the recipe and make a good product?
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The first few times I made cheesecake, I was too impatient with the process and had to start over at least three times. I put the eggs into the mixer too soon and too fast. But once I figured it out, it tasted amazing.
I once sunk a loaf of bread, I remade the batch and Completed it successfully.
Well, once I didn't have any white sugar so I had to substitute it with other types of sugars. I was skeptical that it would turnout well during it, but the substituting worked well and I overcame the issue.
I made my chocolate chip cookies for a dance event recently. I decided to sift the dry ingredients to see of it would make a difference and it did. Big mistake. My cookies where flat and crunchy. I new that it was the sifted flour. The next time I made them, I left the flour the way it was and they were nice and chewy.
Hmm, well I made Bread in college recently with my friend, when we were mixing the dough, i added salt, not knowing that she had already salted it, unfortunately we killed the yeast, is didnt prove and came out of the oven like a rock. I learned then and there the real need for teamwork and communication, We remade the bread and it came out lovely.
Making strudel, too hot filling and too much, cool the filling completely!
I re-read the recipe slowly and made sure that I followed it correctly the second time around.
When I first started I had alot of mistakes but as I learned more my products became better and better.
As I know I din'd disaster, when I dissatisfy baking item I redo, make good products.
I don't experience it yet but if happen I have to recheck the product.