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Category: Kitchen: Organization

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RECIPE INDEX

Kitchen Basics

 Baking Tools

by The Maitre D

So by now you've got your basic kitchen properly equipped and you're preparing wonderful appetizers and mains for your family and friends. But what about dessert?

While bakeware is not absolutely necessary for your basic kitchen, learning to bake and having the basic equipment to do so will certainly make you a more popular cook and your meals will have that great finish that only dessert can deliver.

So where to start? Following is our list of bakeware essentials.

Mixing bowls
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You can get them in stainless steel, ceramic or glass. I prefer glass but they are all good. I don't think you can ever have too many mixing bowls and I like them in different sizes, from small to big. You can usually find find sets that fit into one another for easy storage.

Baking dishes and pans
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8 inch and 9 inch round cake pan
muffin tins - small and large
8 by 8 by 2 inch cake or baking dish
9 by 13 by 2 inch baking dish
8 or 9 inch pie plate

Pans come in aluminum, non-stick metal and glass and are all good. Use non-stick for your muffin tins and cake pans but avoid them for pie plates since the non-stick surface will get scratched when you cut the pies. Generally speaking the heavier the pan the better it is.

Baking sheets
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2 baking sheets with or without rims. Make sure they are solid enough not to bend when you hold them.

Other essentials
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Set of dry measuring cups
Rolling pin
Hand held mixer
2 wire cake racks
Cookie cutters - various shapes and sizes
Toothpicks for testing doneness of baked goods
Spatula
Timer
Parchment paper
Kitchen scale
Zester

With the above in your kitchen you should be able to handle most baking recipes with ease. Enjoy!

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