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- How to use an electric whisk to make cakes?
use an electric whisk to make cakes:
First, add 2 grams of soaking powder to the flour and stir well. Stir the oil and milk into a milkshake. Pour the flour that has been blended into the soaking powder into the oil-milk mixture, and stir slowly, without too much force to prevent the flour from becoming gluten, and just stir until it gets wet.
Separate the egg whites and egg yolks. Add half of the sugar to the egg yolk and stir well, then pour it into the batter just now. Now you can stir vigorously. Beat the egg whites with a whisk, add the tartar powder and the remaining half of the sugar when it is thickened, until the noodles are like a chicken tail. Whistling the egg whites is the most critical process.
Add one-third of the egg whites to the batter and stir clockwise. Pour the well-mixed batter into the remaining two-thirds of the egg whites, stir up and down, not too long, or making circular motions to avoid defoaming. Pour the cake batter into the mold, shake out bubbles gently, and preheat the oven before doing so. Heat up and down for 6 minutes, then add tin foil to prevent the surface of the cake from sticking, then turn to the heat for 15 minutes, and then turn it to the heat for 15 minutes.
The above is the method of making cakes at home using an electric whisk. Here are some common problems that may arise when using this electric whisk:
The power of the whisk motor is large, and generally speaking, it is relatively hot. Although the whisk can work continuously, after working for a period of time, you must rest for a while before using it.
However, the egg beater has a thermal protection switch, if the motor is overheated, it will automatically cut off the power to prevent the motor from overheating and damage. So, after you use it for a long time, the whisk suddenly stops working, not because the whisk is broken, but the overheating switch of the whisk automatically disconnects the power supply.
However, commercial or industrial egg whisks are not the same type as household egg whisks. Commercial or industrial egg whisks are mainly used for breaking the shell, not for whisking eggs, so If you want to buy a commercial egg breaker, you can check the relevant content or consult directly at http://www.dinneregg.com/tag/egg-breaking-machine/.