Why It's Essential You Use
an Oven Thermometer!
Have you ever gotten excited about a cake recipe? You get all the ingredients together, you follow it to the letter, you pop the filled cake pans into the oven and the smell of deliciousness fills the entire house!
You can hardly wait to tuck in! Initially when you open the oven door, and remove the cake, all looks well until suddenly….the cake completely sinks in the middle!
What in the world was that all about? Not to be defeated, you decide to try again, after all, there are some ingredients left over and it would be a shame to waste them right?
You repeat the process and exactly…the same…happens again! Why??? You turn to your good old mate Mr G on the internet, who shares with you something that you had not even considered before! The explanation to your dilemma! You should be using an oven thermometer!
Even though ovens are meant to have their own built in thermostats, unfortunately they vary from one oven to another and just the slightest bit of difference in temperature could potentially totally destroy your bake! Annoying right? Well at least you know now why your recipe may be undercooked or slightly burnt!
Get yourself an oven thermometer today and run a few checks to see if your oven is behaving itself!
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Always preheat your oven before using it and move the thermometer around the oven to detect where there may be hot spots in the oven that could cause your bake to burn or at least cook too quickly.
About the Author
Natasha Orumbie isn’t your ordinary baker! Yes she is well known in her industry for creating awesome works of edible art, but she has recently gained notoriety in the online world.
She has catapulted her business from near obscurity with an Instagram following of just 400 to over 7000 in just 8 months and growing every day! Originally a teacher of teenagers by trade, she is naturally able to share knowledge in an engaging and humorous fashion, making her Instagram, blog posts and e-books a pleasure to read! She now takes great pleasure in teaching others how to bake, decorate and sell cakes of their own.