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Yeast is added to mixture of baking cake for the process of fermentation , this helps the gas in escaping from the dough and making it soft and fluffy . BY : JAYAN KHANNA , LANCERS CONVENT
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It is the Gluten inside the flour that causes the cake to set when it is baked, the flour acts like scafolding and then the gluten is denatured and goes hard.
Depends, does the mix have milk or eggs in it. If so then no you cant but if not then yes. I just mean like the wet part. Unless you pout it in the fridge and cover it t…hen you can even with eggs and milk!
It basically means to use a spatula or spoon and slowly mix the new ingredient into the mixture. It's very hard to explain this in words. Usually you move the spoon from the b…ottom of the bowl out to the side and into the middle. It is used to prevent loss of air/fluffiness in the current mixture. This is often seen in angel food cake where you start with a meringue mixture and must gently add the additional ingredients.
Baking powder and yeast help in the rising of a bread or cake. If it is expired, then it won't be as "active" and therefore decreasing it's ability to rise which makes for a …poor bread or cake.
It depends on the exact mixture and recipe, but most will take 30 to 45 minutes. 20 minutes for cupcakes or small cake pans.
Mixture. Compounds have the same properties irrespective of how or by whom they're prepared. Mixtures and cakes do not.
Baking soda causes specific chemical reactions to occur when it is mixed with other ingredients and baked. CO2 is produced, and this is what causes cakes to rise and taste lig…ht and fluffy.
Yeast can be used in only a very few specific cake recipes. Cakes properly have a tender "crumb" rather than the elastic nature created with yeast in breads. Cakes get their l…ift or "rise" from baking powder, baking soda or by whipped egg whites.
It reacts with the sugars to make it rise.
The mixture cannot be separated after it is baked.
If recipe calls for yeast, use yeast. To change it will require significant adjustments and you will probably ruin several before getting close.
Because it increases the shape of the Cake it becomes delicious and tasty
yeast is made of a fungi plant n when it is mixed with sugar it eats the sugar n pups alchoal.
Vanilla essence has no other purpose in baking other than to add flavor.
A dry cake can be the basis for an excellent dessert. Any numberof liquids can be poured slowly over the cake so that it is soakedup until the cake is quite saturated. Rum, br…andy, or any sweetflavored liquor such as Amaretto may be used. For a non-alcoholicdish, a thin custard such as creme Anglaise may be used, orsweetened heavy cream or the liquid drained from stewed fruit. Inthe U.S., liquid flavored gelatin (Jello) is frequently used tocreate a "Jello Cake." . > In all of the above examples, the liquid will soak in morequickly if the surface of the cake is pierced all over with along-tined fork or a skewer before pouring on the liquid. Whencustard or gelatin is used, the cake should be refrigerated.
Too much heat will kill off the yeast cells. They need to be added to a warm (not hot) mixture.