Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Cupcakes. By Norma Brewer.
Use the exact amounts of the ingredients. Many a would-be chef has botched the execution of a perfectly good recipe by using bad measuring techniques. (Actually, for many people who can't bake, this is their real problem. They don't take the time to measure accurately.) Follow the recipe and measure your ingredients correctly. It's important for the ingredients to come out in proper proportion to one another based on the recipe. Also, don't forget: When a recipe calls for eggs, it usually means large eggs unless otherwise specified.
Take flavor and colors for example. One dessert doesn't have to mean one flavor and look. A single batch of cupcakes can offer a rainbow of flavors and tinted icings, from lemon to hazelnut, from pretty pastels to vibrant tangerine and hot pink. Cupcakes are doing for many store-front bakeries what 31 Flavors did for ice-cream parlors.
You may be thinking, who cares what it looks like, will it taste good? The answer is, Yes! Generally speaking, any flavor or type of cake can also be baked as cupcakes. It is not uncommon for a stacked or tiered cake to have two or three different flavors, but here is where cupcakes can have a great advantage. With cupcakes one would be more easily able to offer a larger variety of flavors. In addition, cupcakes can make it much easier to identify the different flavors than with a standard cake. Plus, there is no waiting to get to the flavor on the bottom; and who wants to deal with all that mess from cutting and serving?
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