Less expensive and lighter than a stand mixer, Hand mixers is a perfect quipment to invest in if you’re a beginner in baking.
Tip: Buy a hand mixer that’s light in weight and non-slip grip.
Rolling Pin, a kitchen classic can be used in baking and cooking.
Tip: Buy a rolling pin with handles, it gives more versatility and control.
Measuring Cups & Spoons
Accurate measurements of ingredients is the key to successful baking. Use a set of spoons and cups to measure dry and wet ingredients.
Tip: Make sure to buy one separate liquid measuring cup.
A cone shaped pasty or piping bag is used to neatly fill the pastries or for icing the cake.
Tip: If using reusable piping bags, wash well after each use to avoid the greasy residue.
Spatulas are a staple for stirring, mixing or spreading the frosting.
Tip: Buy a silicone spatula to scrape the sides of bowl effectively.
Most of the recipes baking time depends on the thickness of the batter. Always use the correct pan size that is mentioned in the recipe.
Tip: Silicone baking pans prevents the batter from sticking.
Baked dishes needs to be cooled before serving and that’s where these cooling trays come into play. Buy one that
Tip: Buy a cooling rack that won’t rust and will be a good long term investment.
Wire whisks helps blend ingredients smooth, or to incorporate air into a mixture, commonly known as whipping.
Tip: Balloon whisk is popular and good for incorporating air into the mixture.