Short Baking Course


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About the Course

Now learn to bake cakes, delicious breads, muffins, pies and more with Hunar Online. Turn your passion for baking into a certified skill and learn 5+ recipes of apple pie, butter cookies and more!
Our Short Baking Course is designed to give your talent a professional touch.

Commonly Asked Questions

1. Is it necessary to follow a recipe exactly in baking? Why?

Baking is both a science and an art. It is certainly important to follow the recipe as it is written. The measurements must be precise and accurate to bake the perfect recipe.

2. What are the several types of yeast that can be used for baking?

Fresh Yeast - It is also known as compressed yeast and is sold in moist cakes or blocks and is the type of yeast commercial bakeries tends to use. Active Dry Yeast - It is the result of dehydrated fresh or compressed yeast. It is dry, granular and usually sold in small jars or vacuumed sealed packets. Instant Yeast - Instant yeast can be instantly added to the rest of the dough ingredients and does not need to be hydrated beforehand.

3. Why should the cookie dough be chilled before baking?

Chilling the cookie dough in the fridge allows the fats in it to cool. As a result, the cookies will expand slowly, holding their texture. If you do not chill it, the cookies will expand like discs on the baking trays.

4. How to incorporate dry nuts in the cake batters?

You need to sift all the dry ingredients of the recipe in the bowl and add in all the dry nuts after sieving the dry ingredients.

5. Why is it important to refrigerate the pastry dough before baking?

Chilling the dough before baking prevents your crust from shrinking too much in the oven.