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Baking Tools And Equipment And Their Uses

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Keren Paola Sarceno Balendo's curator insight, October 12, 2013 6:43 PM

1. Rolling Pin
The rolling pin is used for shaping and rolling dough.

2. Measuring Spoons and Cups
You will need to use measuring spoons and cups for accuracy. These tools are inexpensive and should be kept close by your mixing area.

3. Mixers
You can use a heavy-duty electric stand mixer as an alternative to mixing dough by hand. These mixers use a dough hook attachment or a mixing blade to replicate hand kneading.

4. Mixing Bowls
Keep a sturdy 4-quart (or more) capacity mixing bowl on hand. I use ceramic, plastic and wooden bowls. You'll also need various sized bowls for mixing glazes and washes.

Chrisia Mae S.'s curator insight, November 10, 2013 7:11 AM

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Baking Tools And Equipment And Their Uses

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Keren Paola Sarceno Balendo's curator insight, October 12, 2013 6:43 PM

1. Rolling Pin
The rolling pin is used for shaping and rolling dough.

2. Measuring Spoons and Cups
You will need to use measuring spoons and cups for accuracy. These tools are inexpensive and should be kept close by your mixing area.

3. Mixers
You can use a heavy-duty electric stand mixer as an alternative to mixing dough by hand. These mixers use a dough hook attachment or a mixing blade to replicate hand kneading.

4. Mixing Bowls
Keep a sturdy 4-quart (or more) capacity mixing bowl on hand. I use ceramic, plastic and wooden bowls. You'll also need various sized bowls for mixing glazes and washes.

Chrisia Mae S.'s curator insight, November 10, 2013 7:11 AM

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