Easy Tips for cooking…


Double boiler

It is used to warm up the eatables if you don’t have a microwave and you need to serve food items instantly.

Double boiler is always used for melting chocolates, or heating desserts.

It is done because keeping such things directly on flame can increase risk of sticking on pan. And the dishes can burn.

How to make double boiler…

  1. Take water in normal pan and heat it. Now place the bowl of chocolate {or any desserts you want to heat or melt} over it. Slowly you will see the chocolate {or your sweet dish is ready to eat} gets melt.

Cake Baking in pressure cooker

For baking, using pressure cooker is good option. It’s easy and give Nice taste to it.

For that remove the gasket{rubber ring} and the whistle from it and place the cooker stand inside it and cover the lid. Now keep the cooker over the medium flame and pre heat it.

Till then make the batter of your Cake and pour it in baking dish. Now put your Cake tin inside the cooker and heat it over the medium flame for 35-40 mins. Or until the toothpick comes out to be clean.

Advice ~~ don’t use salt,sand or and other stuff in it…!!

Cake baking in oven 

Pre heat the oven in 180℃ temp

Till then prepare your cake batter and place it on the tin. and heat it for 40-45 mins in same temperature until the toothpick comes out to be clean.

Cake baking in idli maker

Pre heat the idli maker, for that Remove the idli stand and place the perforated plate (cooker stand) inside it, cover the lid, and heat it on the medium flame.

Till than prepare your cake batter, and pour it in cake tin

Now place your cake tin over the stand {inside the idli maker} and cover the lid. 

Place some weight over the lid.

Heat it on the medium flame for 35-40 mins or until the toothpick comes out to be clean.

Great hacks miki,👌👌👌👌

Again thanks for sharing them, it may be useful for many of our readers.

Happy cooking dear

Keep cooking keep scribbling

Happy reading readers

Yours loving warrior

Naina

Advertisements

2 thoughts on “Easy Tips for cooking…

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s