How do I bake a pumkin pie in a 12x18x2 inch sheet cake pan in a convection oven?
I was planning on using a ginger snap cookie crust and pie filling mix. My problem is how long do I bake it and at what temperature? Also do I pre bake my crust? Any information will be greatly appreciated!!
by Liz Elias 4 years ago
When we remodeled our kitchen back in 2007, the new double ovens came with one of them having the option of being used as a convection oven.I've never used it that way. Why? I have no clue how. I don't know anything at all about convection cooking, and the user manual is not very...
by Kim Kennedy 4 years ago
Is it better to bake bread in the oven or in a bread maker?We've been given a bread maker but I'm not sure how it's meant to be better than using the oven. I guess it uses less energy. What do you think?
by Judy Specht 3 years ago
Can you bake cookies in a microwave?My oven is broken and I have a lot of cookie dough. Made before the oven died. Can I bake cookies in the microwave?
by peachy 4 years ago
Why do you need to add a shallow pan of water to bake muesli bread?i have read many websites that stated to add a shallow pan of water under the rack of muesli bread when baking. I asked this questions but no reply. Anyone has the answer?
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